* Snap a photo, highlight lines in it, save and share. Just like that. *
Snaplight is a fast, easy way to capture and share inspirational quotes or other text from the books, magazines, and posters, you physically read.
Starbucks 2015 App Pick and iTunes Best New Apps of 2015.
- Highlight and share inspiration easy
- Snap a photo or pick one from your photo library
- Highlight your favorite lines
- Create fixed highlights or freeform ones
- Save or share your highlighted image
- Portrait or landscape support
- Both iPhone and iPad
From the creator of global #1 creative iPhone and iPad apps, Tanner Christensen.
Quickly create beautifully simple images featuring memorable quotes by using Snaplight to capture and share them to Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, by email or messenger, and more. Whether you're highlighting a quote from whatever book you're reading now, or loading up an old photo from your photo library to highlight that text.
On both iPhone and iPad.
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when process large photo（phone taken）it will crash
iPhone 6 Plus。
small one is OK。
Needs to add mask colors
I’ve been using this since the first version. A lot. My only pet peeve is the one grey/white. People have various vision issues.
It would be more useful if the mask color could be varied lighter or darker depending on situation. Even black to redact. Even more useful is adding colors both to highlight visible text, say in yellow, and to the mask for contrast purposes.
I find no other app that picks out text in a photo as easily. Now it’s a matter of what you do with it after selected.
Before the last update, I LOVED this app! I would have given it ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ So many times I just wanted to highlight a small amount of text from within a lot of text and this worked perfectly!!!
But now for some reason, every time I try to save what I have done, the app crashes and it doesn't save my work! I am running the latest iOS on my iPhone. I think it may need another update. I expect an app that I pay for to work :(
Developer Response ,
Hi Newb78, ensure you have enabled photo permissions for Snaplight to resolve this error. Go to the Settings app on your device, find "Privacy", then "Photos," scroll to select Snaplight and make sure Read and Write photos permissions are turned on.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.