Fragment – App Review

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With Fragment, you now have the power to transform any image into totally unique, one-of-a-kind prismatic art you’ll want to share with everyone. Whether you’re looking to completely redefine and enhance your level of Phoneography, or simply want to add a subtle dose of creativity to your pictures, Fragment puts the artistry in your hands.

The application has been available on iOS for a while and it’s currently in a closed beta group for Android, I stumbled upon Fragment from other people sharing their designs on Google Plus and as always curiosity got the better of me. (This happens often by the way)  Yes there are thousands of picture editing apps already on the Play Store, all with different features that make them better than others and a few we have reviewed ourselves. The styling of what this particular app offers is very up-to-date right now with editing features and a final result that certainly looks modern and very contemporary with no artistic experience needed to add something unique to your photos. You can share all your designs around your preferred social network or just save to disk to use and enjoy yourselves. Select an image from your device’s gallery, hit the random button and out pops a design that is one hundred percent an expression of your taste. Possibly a bit too much artsy fartsy for some but a fun and very well built app to get the creative juices flowing. Looking for some inspiration before you get started? Fragment offers a direct link to their Instagram account. Some fantastic designs being showcased there, I can tell you.  


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With so many prismatic objects to choose from along with being able to manipulate the original photo, you’ll be zooming, cropping, twisting and fine tuning in no time to get your photos just the way you want it. I joined the beta group very late on with Fragment, I’ve been testing and messing around and can nearly guarantee that all bugs have been squashed and the application (as far as I can tell) should be ready for the public in the very near future. I can provide our readers with the link to ask to join, if you are permitted to, that’s not up to us. With this being a private beta, I’m unsure what the criteria is, maybe anyone can ask to join, I really don’t know. You’ll find all the links from the beta community here. Just follow the instructions. You’ll have to pay 59 pence in my money to download, I should also mention this in-case that might be an issue for some. (Would 59p buy a bar of chocolate these days?)


Some images I designed… (Original pictures are from rights free sources)

Chief Editor of DroidHorizon. I own a few different devices at the minute and enjoy writing reviews and sharing what I think is cool. You can often find me playing Playstation 4 or sprawled across the couch with headphones on (maybe with a nice beer or dark rum in-hand)

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