KVAD Photo Studio Pro & Free Now NATIVE on BlackBerry 10

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I am loving KVAD’s latest update of Photo Studio on BlackBerry 10. The app is now totally native on BlackBerry 10 for the Z10, Q10, and Q5. The app performs beautifully and offers some great photo editing and filtering. You can see my handywork up top. There is a free version that is missing pro features and then the pro version. Features include:

  • BBM Connected! Share your photos directly from Photo Studio.
  • Base photo operations: brightness, contrast, RGB color adjustment, hue, saturation and transform operations: resize, rotate and crop.
  • 115 unique filters in categories: "Simple toning", "Old Style", "Vintage", "Summer mood", "Sketch", "Lomo", "Blur" and "Art".
  • 12 special effects.
  • Apply set of beautiful digital frames to your photos with packs: "Christmas Frames 1", "Christmas Frames 2", "Frames Pack 1", "Valentine’s Day Frames" and "Summer Frames Pack". – PicFrames helps you combine multiple photos into amazing looking frames with 60 templates.
  • Color Splash editor: create stunning artwork with your photos by removing or changing colors!
  • Magic tools: auto-levels, sharpening, red-eyes correction. – Share photos with Facebook, Twitter and Messages applications installed on BlackBerry. – Open API for developers: now you can integrate your application with Photo Studio.
  • Supported languages: English, German, Spanish, French, Russian and Dutch. Contact us if you want localization to your native language. – PRO version includes unlocked packs "Filters Pack 1", "Frames Pack 1", "Christmas Frames 1", "Christmas Frames 2", "Valentine’s Day Frames", "Color Splash editor", "Summer Frames Pack", Magic Tools and "PicFrames".

Definitely worth a download if you are a photo fanatic on BlackBerry 10. Check out Photo Studio Free and Photo Studio Pro for $3.99 in BlackBerry World.

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  1. But does it resize? I have it and like it now that it is native. But my main activity with PICs is to resize for email, especially now that OS10 doesn’t do it for me.

    • Sadly not that I can find but I have reached out to the dev about it. There are other tools in BlackBerry world for resizing but not as nicely designed as Photo Studio

  2. Aw, when you save an edited file it offers you a choice of size. Appears you gotta perform an action before it offers you the save icon. I can work with that.

  3. nice….

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