iSplash
iSplash
3.4

2.5

iSplash free download for Mac

iSplash

3.4
26 April 2014

Photo editor for adding focused color to grayscale images.

Overview

iSplash Color (was iSplash Pro) allows you to convert a photo to grayscale, then colorize one object.

Get creative with the iSplash app! Choose any image and iSplash will turn it to grayscale. Then, choose any part of the image to restore the original color.

iSplash allows you to beautifully modify your pictures and create bold images that pack a punch! It supports PNG, JPEG, GIF, TIFF, and BMP files.

What's new in iSplash

Version 3.4:
  • Huge update with all new Ui and loads of new features.

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7 iSplash Reviews

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Apple-Boy
08 July 2011

Most helpful

Since app store exists there are many cent-ware around. The quality of the software decreases and the service is very bad. Each cent that you pay for not used software is too much. Because I can not try out this and other software, I would never buy them. Having a software for color than another one for cropping again one software for painting, seems to me like buying a calculator that can calculate only 2x2 another one for 2x3 and again one for 2x4.
Like (5)
Version 1.21
Mtcobra
26 April 2014
Despite what it says regarding requirements above, this version does not work with my (2006-2007) Intel iMac running OS X 10.6.8 (Snow Leopard). Stick with Ver. 3.3 if you are still running older systems.
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Version 3.4
1 answer(s)
Mac-Mail
Mac-Mail
27 April 2014
This is the problem with buying software through Apple App Store. Usually the app are cheap, but if the developer doesn't want to do anything for you, not much you can do. Look at this app, lots of people would buy it coz it's only $1.99 With that over 8800 downloads, he already made $16,000. Lots of those fly by night developers would do the same thing by dumping everything after they've made thousands and thousands of bucks. Don't forget, App Store goes around the world, so they can make millions before they close the whole thing. That's why I don't buy no software from Apple App Store. That's my 2 cents!!!
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Big Johnson
03 July 2013
Completely wrong link is posted for Developer's Website. They don't seem to have a website, just the MAS. Link goes to http://support.flopstudios.com.
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Version 3.2
2 answer(s)
Jess-MacUpdate
Jess-MacUpdate
19 July 2013
Thanks for pointing this out, BigJohnson. You're right that the dev doesn't have a site which lists iSplash; it's only found on the MAS. But if you go to the MAS and click on the link for "iSplash Color Photo Editor Support", it opens... http://support.flopstudios.com. So, you see, our link isn't completely wrong, just apparently wrong.
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Big Johnson
Big Johnson
19 July 2013
When I follow a link under "Visit Developer's Site," I expect to find an actual website where I can learn more about the app, and maybe see more screenshots and/or a screencast. That link only leads to an obscure support page, and there's nothing whatsoever that gives any indication it's related to iSplash or T-bone, LLC. Thanks for the explanation.
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EudoraBryant
03 July 2012
no version for Mac OS X 10.5
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Version 2.8
Lounge-Deluxe
20 March 2012
I bought the app but it seems useless. No help function within the app btw and website of dev is either non-existent or not accessible.
Like (1)
Version 2.5
Charles-Miller
02 March 2012
Be nice if someone revealed how it isolates the item to be colored from the background. If it's simply a magic wand type tool then it may have no advantage over Photoshop and others. If it's cleverer than that, be good to know.
Like (2)
Version 2.4
Apple-Boy
08 July 2011
Since app store exists there are many cent-ware around. The quality of the software decreases and the service is very bad. Each cent that you pay for not used software is too much. Because I can not try out this and other software, I would never buy them. Having a software for color than another one for cropping again one software for painting, seems to me like buying a calculator that can calculate only 2x2 another one for 2x3 and again one for 2x4.
Like (5)
Version 1.21
1 answer(s)
D9
D9
19 October 2011
Or maybe some people just need a program to make their photos black & white, so $.99 is a good deal rather than paying $100 for a program that does 100 things they will never use or need. Speak about the software, not your personal software needs. /
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Pripyat
27 March 2011
I am always weary of buying "no try but do do buy" apps, but this is an app that I was really looking for and decided to give it a go. I must say, I am impressed. Sure, Photoshop can do this also, but it takes much longer than with iSplash, definitely worth the £0.59/$0.99 the developer charges for it!
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Version 1.1
1 answer(s)
Grhsvo
Grhsvo
27 March 2011
Weary? Also, don't agree that Photoshop would take longer to do this simple task .Maybe you need to re-examine Photoshop.
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