December 28th, 2010

Are you using an iPhone? Well, good news! Me too! Now you can instantly scrap any photos you took with your iPhone on your iPhone and then share it on Facebook or by email straight away! How?

Check out this neat little Tapn Scrap App! It’s not Photoshop for sure, but it’s pretty cool – and it does the job well enough for a quick digiscrapping once you got the hang of it. (And it’s not hard to get there!). This $1.99 app comes with some free supplies such as basic backgrounds and elements so you can scrap straight away. But if you are a seasoned digiscrapper, you wouldn’t be satisfy with those basic stuff. Worry not! Just go to their Store from within the Tapn Scrap App itself! You will find a listing of kits in alphabetical order with a small thumbnail of the kit’s preview. Tap on it, you’ll get to read the short description and see a larger preview underneath (sometimes it takes a while for the larger preview to appear). If you like what you see, then tap “Buy”! The price ranges from just $0.99 to $3.99 – very wallet-friendly!

I have 3 kits available there now – all has been adjusted and customized for the iPhone. More will be added soon so watch out for them! My first 3 kits there are: “Appliquette No.3“, “Snow Country” and “FireWorks Background” – perfect for the Holiday Seasons!

And here are my very first two layouts done with the Tapn Scrap App on my iPhone this Christmas Eve, while waiting for dinner to be ready:

Oh and I am so excited that my “Appliquette No.3” and “Snow Country” are now on the top two best sellers there! They have only been released several days ago! :D

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One Response to “Ztampf! for your iPhone!”

Lydia Kurniawati Says:

Wow Fhung…. !!! Congrats ya!! Di tunggu app-nya buat Android yaaaa… jd gw bisa pasang :-)

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