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VSCO Messages feature connects users in a private space

VSCO Messages feature connects users in a private space

Instagram may still sit on top of the mobile photography market, but VSCO continues to push out new features that make it a notable alternative. Newest among those features is Messages, enabling users to directly communicate with each other in a private space without leaving the app. While the feature can be used to send a text message directly to a user, it isn't limited to just that type of messaging.

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VSCO Recipes make it easy to save and apply batch image edits

VSCO Recipes make it easy to save and apply batch image edits

Mobile photography app VSCO has launched a new feature called Recipes, but it doesn't have anything to do with cooking. The feature enables users to create a 'recipe' with their favorite looks, essentially making a preset that simplifies applying that look to future images. The feature supports saving up to ten recipes.

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VSCO video editing tool puts your clips on classic film stock

VSCO video editing tool puts your clips on classic film stock

VSCO has added what could be a must-have video editing update to its mobile app, but there's a catch if you're not already a VSCO power user. The new video editing tool joins VSCO's existing - and well-esteemed - photo filtering, classic film recreations, and RAW capture talents. However, you'll need to be a VSCO X subscriber in order to actually access it.

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VSCO adds GIFs, a new blocking feature, and more

VSCO adds GIFs, a new blocking feature, and more

VSCO, a mobile photography app similar to Instagram, has announced an update that brings new features, including support for GIFs. VSCO calls these ‘animated images’ and ‘DSCOs,’ and they can be made directly within the app, where they can also be shared. The app is also making it easier to curate one's social experience by introducing a new blocking feature to cut off certain users.

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VSCO X unveiled for photographers who want more than Instagram

VSCO X unveiled for photographers who want more than Instagram

Sophisticated mobile photography app VSCO has announced the arrival of VSCO X, a subscription-based alternative to the free VSCO app that brings new film-based filter packs, improved technology, and more. VSCO X is invitation-only at the moment, and it’ll cost a total of $19.99-per-year, though the free app won’t be going anywhere if you prefer it. The service will go live for everyone in the coming weeks.

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VSCO Cam unveils sister app for making GIFs: DSCO

VSCO Cam unveils sister app for making GIFs: DSCO

The makers of VSCO Cam, the popular photo-editing app on iOS and Android, have just launched their newest app, DSCO, which focuses on the ever-growing popularity of GIF creation. There's already a number of popular apps that offer tools for creating and sharing GIFs in a simple manner, so what's one more, right? Actually, DSCO relies on the same clean app design and tasteful use of filters that made VSCO Cam a huge hit.

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VSCO Collections ushers in curated photos

VSCO Collections ushers in curated photos

VSCO offers what is arguably one of the best mobile camera apps available — it allows filtering like Instagram and other camera apps, only the filters are aggregated into packs and are both higher-quality and less in-your-face than many filter options. The app comes with manual adjustments, too, and features like manually selecting a focus point. Today the company behind VSCO Cam made a big step in making the service more appealing, adding in a new “Collections” social feature.

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VSCO releases new ‘Eclectic Films’ collection for Adobe products

VSCO releases new ‘Eclectic Films’ collection for Adobe products

VSCO, the company behind the popular camera app available for both iOS and Android, has released its latest collection of films for Adobe products, and it is called "VSCO FILM 07". The collection is comprised of several new filters, and VSCO has dubbed them the "Eclectic Films", basing them upon a variety of different films few modern photography enthusiasts are likely to ever use. These are more subtle than the filters many expect to find in such products, though those familiar with VSCO will find them in line with the typical offerings.

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VSCO Cam update brings batch editing to iOS, Android

VSCO Cam update brings batch editing to iOS, Android

VSCO Cam is a widely used photo editing tool for mobile devices, and might just offer up the best suite of tools available. Those who take and edit a lot of photos rely on it heavily, and it’s those VSCO seems to have in mind with their latest update. Now, with VSCO Cam 4.1 for iOS and 3.2 for Android, users gain the ability to batch edit. Once you apply a set of edits to one photo, a quick selection of others populates your edits to them as well.

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