Aviary Launches Photo Editing SDK for Developers
Listen up Android developers, Aviary has moved beyond providing web-based photo editing and embraced the mobile tsunami. Effective immediately, any developers looking to integrate Aviary’s photo expertise into their app can do so with the company’s new, free SDK. This means you’ll get all great features and tools you’d expect, including Auto-Enhance, Brightness, Contrast, Crop, Flip, Rotate, Sharpen and Blur. In fact, being as they’re too numerous to put into a conventional sentence, we’ll defer to bullet-points.
- Auto-Enhance: fix any photo with one click!
- Crop, Flip, Rotate
- Sharpen and Blur
- Redeye Removal
- Teeth Whitening and Blemish Removal
- Adjust Colors and Saturation
- Adjust Brightness and Contras
- Meme Generator
- Photo Effects
If you think developers are sitting by waiting to see whether or not this is right for them, you’d better think again. There are already more than 30 launch partners who are integrating the Aviary tools, including PicPlz, BFF Photos, Minus, and more. Looking ahead, Aviary is currently working to bring a bunch of new tools and filters to the SDK as well as some new “awesome, never-before-seen effects”.
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