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  1. Enlight for iPhone takes on the biggest photo editing appsRead the original story

    Mar 13, 2015 | SlashGear.com

    ... and layers, etc) in a deceptively simplistic and clean interface. This app is made by the same people who made Facetune, the selfie app, and it is now available through the App Store for a few dollars. With it, mobile photographers have options that ...

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  2. Enlight for iOS launches with high-end photo editing toolsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 13, 2015 | Digital Photography Review

    The developers behind Facetune have created a new app called Enlight , and unlike its predecessor, this one isn't meant only for selfies. Enlight is a high-end general purpose image editor, falling in the same category as VSCO Cam and Adobe's own mobile image editors, offering adjustment tools, presets, various filters, and more.

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  3. Lightricks' Enlight App; App Store Editor's Choice Hours After ReleaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 12, 2015 | MacMegasite

    Lightricks, the developers of Facetune, the #6 best-selling paid iOS application of 2014, announced today the launch of Enlight, a groundbreaking photo editing application that is poised to revolutionize mobile photography. Enlight builds on state-of-the-art image processing technologies first implemented in Facetune by Lightricks' founding team, which includes four former computer science PhD students, to create the most comprehensive photo editing tool on the market for mobile.

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  4. Team behind Facetune releases Enlight, a powerful mobile photo editing app to challenge AdobeRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 12, 2015 | VentureBeat

    One of the quieter and more remarkable mobile success stories of the past two years is Lightricks , the Jerusalem-based startup that released the Facetune photo editing app in March 2013. Facetune , which allows for quick touch-ups of portraits on your smartphone and tablet, was perfectly timed to ride the selfie craze.

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