- Made it easier for the user to discover, or use functionalities, like adjusting colors or trimming.
- Solved errors.
- Easy to use timeline. Now it looks more traditional for mobile devices with wide borders around each item.
- Minimalistic design
- Lack of sign-in process which makes start of app quicker
- Navigation buttons placed in correct place
- Right bar menu buttons when editing picture is bugged, sometimes filters don't work or just same when I switching between them
- App icon doesn't give general hint about inside abilities of app
- Adding soundtrack to picture isn't understandable when I use it or how to relate it
- Work more wisely on app icon
- Fix thous filters and effects which user may use in-app, they don't work correctly
- Add some tutorial when first lunch of app or hints inside settings
The app got a couple of good improvements.
The Device used for test:
One plus one 64gb (android 6.0.1)
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