A new iPhone photo-purchase app that lets you print photos and share them with friends may seem like a novelty, but it could be the future of smartphone photo editing.
The app, PhotoPong, lets you share your photos with other iPhone users and then lets you use a friend’s photo to edit your photo.
Apple says the app will work on iOS 7 and above.
The company says users will be able to print out photos and send them as text or as a .gif file.
According to the company, Photo-Pong can handle the same kind of photo editing and sharing that you get with Instagram or Flickr.
The app also features the ability to upload images from other apps and use them in Photo-Pad, which allows users to add text, stickers, and other features to their photos.
“The new PhotoPunk app will allow you to use the power of iPhone photos to create amazing and memorable photos,” said Michael Yee, CEO of photo-processing software company PhotoPools.
“You can print out your favorite photos and then share them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
You can also use the app to save your best photos to share them later.
We’re excited to bring this new feature to iPhone users in the near future.”
The company also announced that the app has been downloaded more than 200,000 times and received more than 15 million downloads.
For iPhone owners, Photopong offers a variety of features.
Users can customize the app for their specific needs.
It has the ability, for example, to save the current photo to a particular location.
It also allows users, for the first time, to customize the settings for the app.
Users can also share their photos with friends and the app allows users of the app, via an option in the Settings app, to share photos directly to the Facebook, Google+, and Instagram social networks.
Users can also set the default location for the shared photos.
Users also have the ability—if they choose to do so—to delete a shared photo.
Users of the new Photopunk app can download the app on their iPhone from Apple’s App Store.
The new app will be available for $1.99 on June 1.