NoCrop: Add Whitespace To Image Sides To Upload Without Cropping [iOS]
Are you tired of cropping your images before you upload them to Instagram? If yes, then you are not alone. Everybody wants to upload their images without cropping them – something that many websites have yet to appreciate. There is, however, a solution in the form of an app called NoCrop.
NoCrop is a free to use smart device application that is compatible with iOS devices. The app is sized at nearly 9 MB and runs on iPod Touch, iPhone, and iPad devices running version 5.1 or later of iOS. The application helps out people who like to take photos and upload them to online social networks but do not like to crop them.
While we are taking a picture from our camera or smartphone, we do not care about the image ending up to be perfectly square or to have a certain aspect ratio. We simply snap away the way we see fit.
Many websites however do not like non-uniform images and ask you to crop them before they are uploaded to the website. One example of this is Instagram where everyday people struggle with the crop feature in order to have their images uploaded to the network. One workaround to this cropping problem is to add whitespace to the sides of your image so that you do not crop out the actual image.
However this can take quite a bit of your time because you would want to add the whitespace on each side evenly. This is where you will find the app NoCrop to be extremely helpful. This application will take your images and add whitespace to the side or top, according to the view you select.
In addition to that you can easily share your images across multiple social media networks including Facebook and Twitter as well.
- A user friendly phone app.
- Compatible with iOS devices.
- Adds whitespace to your images according to your selected image view.
- Helps you upload images to websites without cropping them.
Check out NoCrop @ https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/id602885484 [No Longer Available]
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