xnview wrote:ok, i understand... Do you think that i must add 'add text' or more features? For example effect opacity?
In short, no - don't add any other editing features to XnRetro! The only thing I think could be improved is when you tap the Share button.
What I do when I use XnRetro is crop the photo (so it's perfect to start in the cropper) and then hit the dice a few times and usually in a few tries I find the perfect combination; then I share my creation. I always share via Wordpress (social), Hangouts (MMS to wife 99%), Push Bullet (send to my computer), or E-mail (GMail for personal an Email for work) so this is why I would like to have four quick-share
I've been using Aviary for a long time now - since Facebook bought Instagram and I looked for an alternative. And I tried a lot of photo editors (see my blog
if you're interested in the gory details).
Aviary has a lot of power: a lot of tools to manipulate the photos with, a lot of configuration possibilities (including the tool order), and you can change the filter intensity too. The interface is very intuitive, they really take advantage of touch interaction.
But my biggest issue with Aviary is that filters, borders, and stickers are un-manageable! Especially the more you buy the more you have to scroll through to find the combinations you want. And like I said, most of the time I do crop-filter-share (maybe add a border if the filter doesn't have one), which is what XnRetro does exactly!!!
So for me, now, I will use XnRetro always - unless I have to do some other manipulation like add text, remove red-eye, draw on the image, blur sensitive information, etc. - then I will use Aviary.
I don't want to XnRetro to replace Aviary, they are two tools that have some similar features but for me they are two different uses.