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CrystalView™ PhotoPlayer by Aexeda, LLC

by via_web   on July 12, 2011
Filed under App DB, Photography, iPad Apps, iPhone Apps

Dwnld iTunes bdg V wht88x48 CrystalView™ PhotoPlayer by Aexeda, LLC

When photographing a scene with a digital camera, both your eyes and the camera sensor see much more color, contrast and other fine detail than the LCD display on mobile devices can typically show. Increasing the backlight brightness only makes the image “brighter” and does nothing to improve overall image quality while draining the battery much more quickly. CrystalView™ PhotoPlayer is an great alternative to your mobile device’s standard photo viewer app and is designed to remedy these problems.

Incorporating CrystalView™ image enhancement technology, PhotoPlayer provides clearer, sharper, more colorful and all together more vibrant images for your viewing pleasure. This app is not a photo editor or a photo flash app and does not alter your original photos in any way while enhancing them for optimum viewing on even the worst or best LCD displays. Best of all, there are no complicated controls. With only one simple setting, CrystalView™ PhotoPlayer automatically displays all your photos as you eyes originally saw them and as your digital camera originally captured them!

Developer Website: http://aexeda.com/crystalview-photoplayer/

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