A little nip here, a little tuck there. Cropulator allows for quick cropping and rotating of images using simple, but elegant tools.
Get rid of unwanted image areas by tapping and dragging while either maintaining the aspect ratio or not. Ever take a crooked photo? Not a problem. Just draw a line along a horizontal or vertical edge in Straighten mode and voila, the image automatically straightens. But wait, it gets better. If the crop rectangle has not been adjusted, rotating will automatically crop the image. How cool is that?
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- Crop and/or rotate images
- Choose from portrait, landscape, square or custom aspect ratios
- Select standard print sizes for cropping including: 4x6, 5x7, 8x8, 8x10, 8x12, 11x14, 12x12, 12x18, 16x19, 16x20, 16x24 and 20x30
- Specify a user defined crop size or rotation angle
- Lock the aspect ratio when cropping
- Resize the cropped image to a smaller size
- Straighten the image by drawing a line along an edge in Rotate mode
- Rotate by 1/10th of a degree in either direction for fine tuning
- Rotate 90° Left/Right, Flip or Flop to correct the image orientation
- Rotation with Auto Fit: Rotate without cropping
- Email Auto Fit enabled images to retain transparency in black areas
- Automatically crop the image based on the amount of rotation
- Edit in portrait or landscape mode
- Integrated Help
- Compatibility with iPhone 4.0 OS
Loading and Taking Photos
- Start Cropulator.
- Load a photo by selecting it from the Camera Roll or photo albums.
- To take a photo, click the camera icon at the top right of the screen.
- Once the photo is loaded, you are automatically in Crop mode.
- Tap the Crop icon (right angles).
- Drag the handles on the corners of the photo to crop.
- Reposition the crop by tapping and dragging in the center of the crop rectangle.
- Tap the XY icon to enter a user-defined crop.
Aspect Ratio Controls
- To choose a different aspect ratio, tap the Aspect Ratio icon (horizontal or vertical square).
- Select the desired aspect ratio: portrait, landscape, square or unlocked.
- Use the Lock aspect ratio icon to crop without maintaining the aspect ratio. Drag one of the corner or edge handles to move just one side of the crop.
- Press the “i” icon to disable the crop dimension overlay.
- Tap the Print Size icon (overlapping arrows) and choose one of the preset sizes.
- Choose from 4x6, 5x7, 8x8, 8x10, 8x12, 11x14, 12x12, 12x18, 16x19, 16x20, 16x24 and 20x30.
Rotating and Straightening
- To straighten a crooked photo, tap the Rotate icon (circle with arrows) and draw a line along an edge you want to be horizontal or vertical.
- You can fine tune the rotation by tapping the Rotate Left/Right icons to rotate by 1/10th of a degree.
- If the crop rectangle has not been adjusted prior to rotating, rotating will automatically crop the photo by the necessary amount.
- Tap the #° icon to enter a user-defined rotation angle.
Rotate by 90°, Flip or Flop
- Tap the Gear icon.
- Select one of the Rotate 90° Left/Right, Flip (double vertical arrows) or Flop (double horizontal arrows) icons to transform the entire photo in the desired direction.
Rotate > Auto Fit
- When the Auto Fit icon (diamond) is enabled, it automatically adjusts the image to a smaller size so that no part of it is cropped. Note: This only works when a crop has not been adjusted manually.
- When the Auto Fit icon is disabled, the image is automatically cropped when rotated.
Rotation and Transparency
- When Auto Fit is enabled, the black area surrounding the image can be saved with transparency by emailing the image.
- Tap the Arrow icon at the top right of the screen and select Email. The emailed image is sent as a PNG file with transparency.
- Tap the Arrow icon at the top right of the screen and select Resize.
- Enter a lower resolution to reduce the size of the cropped area and tap Resize.
- Save your photo by tapping the Arrow icon at the top right of the screen and select Save. The saved image will show up in your Camera Roll or Saved Photos album.
SpecificationsCompatible with iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad
Requires iPhone 3.0 or later
Functions that require the camera can only be used on the iPhone