Faded 3.0 has arrived.
Faded has been re-designed and re-developed from the ground up.
Faded is the premier all-in-one photo editor for iPhone and iPad.
* Starbucks Pick of the Week (March/April 2015)
* Featured in "Best New Apps" by Apple
* Top 5 Photography apps (ShutterStock)
* Top 10 Photography apps (The Guardian)
Professional photographers can’t live without it. Amateurs can’t believe how easy it is to look like a pro. Just check out #madewithfaded on Instagram for proof.
No matter what your skill level is, you’ll love Faded’s gorgeous, film-inspired looks, and the powerful editing tools will help you take your creativity to the next level.
Choose from 102 beautiful free filters. Faded’s custom filters bring the nostalgia and beauty of classic film to your photos. You can preview each one in large grid format.
Signup for Faded Pro and receive a new gorgeous filter every day!
Group your own edits and adjustments and save them as filters. You can later apply these custom filters—which professional photographers call “actions”—to any photo. You can even apply your custom actions to multiple photos at once and do a “batch” export.
Experiment with color-bursting gradients, light leaks, emulsions, and unique frames to give your photos a one-of-a-kind look. When you want to give your photos more depth and complexity, check out the premium effects.
Maintain complete control of your images. Must-have tools such as manual exposure, hands-free snap shutter countdown, compositional grid or square format, split exposure, focus points, and burst mode ensure that you’ll be ready when the perfect shot presents itself.
Customize your photos with 12 professional, custom adjustments, including fade, highlights, sharpen, exposure, shadows, grain, and others.
Layer an image, solid color, or pattern over your original photo. You can then adjust the opacity, filter, and blending to create truly remarkable pics.
Access your complete adjustment history. Faded’s non-destructive editing enables you to revert back to any point in the editing process and save your adjustments as custom actions.
Perfect your images faster with the help of the app’s clean, intuitive navigation.
Choose from 3 export resolutions and upload your photos directly to Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Tumblr, Dropbox, Evernote, and email. You can also simply save to your camera roll in high resolution.
A Faded Pro Membership gives you access to a beautiful new filter every day and new professional editing tools every month! Take your art to the next level with Faded Pro.
Membership Pricing and Terms
Faded Pro is $29.99 per year. Pricing in other countries may vary and charges may be converted to your local currency depending on the country you live in.
Start your Faded Pro membership with a 3-day free trial. Once your trial is over, you'll be charged $29.99 USD/year. Your Faded Pro membership will automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. You can go to your Settings > iTunes Account & App Store > Apple ID > Subscriptions to manage your membership and turn auto-renew off. Your iTunes Account will be charged when the purchase is confirmed.
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Be sure to tag your photos with #madewithfaded and follow Faded's instagram @madewithfaded to get sneak peeks at new features.
Have ideas for new features or improvements? We'd love to hear from you.
-Double Exposure added for Pro users
Ratings and Reviews
PERFECT for Instagram filters and photo editing.
The newest update removed a lot of the bugs it had for several years. The new design is excellent, also. If you want custom filters, fantastic grain effects, and a simple way to edit photos, this is the perfect app for you. Paying to use its advanced features seems worth it to me at least. There’s not much to complain about if you’re using this to simply touch up photos and give them a neat aesthetic. Love the app! Thanks developers for listening to complaints !!!!
I was upset when the developers changed the layout with a sleeker design, which didn’t have labels and a confusing UI that centered (literally) around paying. After complaints piled up, the developers did an excellent job compromising between their old design and the new format, with a friendlier design that works nicely with custom filters. I hadn’t used the overlay feature before, but I do agree that making it available to purchase after years of having it for free is a little weird.
Developer Response ,
Have you tried downloading the newest update 3.1? We have addressed these concerns as well as many others as we listen to every email and review. We hope you enjoy the new build. You can send any feedback to email@example.com. Thanks for your patience as we worked out the kinks in 3.0!
Gets better every time!!!
So far I have noticed a MAJOR improvement from the previous version I tried. Almost all glitches have been fixed. Thanks. Really enjoying it now.
Glitches on the iPhone 6plus.
The filters are decent with plenty of options but it's glitchy in the iPhone 6 plus. It's very hard to swipe left or right between options and the side window always tries to open when I swipe left. This is consistently happening whenever I try to change any option and it's very annoying making the app pretty useless. It might take three or four swipes before the option bar finally moved a little.
I also don't like how it doesn't allow you to choose photos from your Favorites folder. This is seriously a big NONO for me since those are the images I care to edit.
Not impressed and I'm glad I tried it but it's no where near snapseed for editing the image or VSCOcam for filters or my new favorite fotograf. If they can only fix those two features I would gladly give it another try. For now it's a no for me.
Leak color & opacity controls do not work.
There are still bugs...so I want to be concise about the one that is the most bothersome. When you apply a leak overlay, you CANNOT modify both the opacity and color, each time you switch to the other adjustment tab, it resets the other. For example, if I apply a leak, the opacity is automatically at 80, so adjust it to 50, and go to the color adjustment, immediately the opacity is reset to 80. Conversely, if I adjust the color first, going to adjust the opacity resets the color to the default position. You cannot even apply the filter with one correct setting, and pull down the filter history panel to go back and edit the leak for the other setting, color/opacity, because this causes even more bugs to spark, like the image saving without the filter applied at all, even though you can see it applied in the interface editing display. Between this and the other bugs, as well as the fact that my past purchases $$ were rendered a waste with the UI overhaul I have not been very happy about this app :(
- Vintage Noir, LLC
- 91 MB
- Photo & Video
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © Vintage Noir
- In-App Purchases
- ALL PACK $4.99
- CLEAN $0.99
- PORTRAITS $0.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.