Monday, June 5, 2017

Bring photos from Photos app or other apps to OneEdit app

There is a convenient way to bring photos from Photos app to OneEdit app:

  1. Open Photos app 
  2. Tap "Select" button 
  3. Select photos 
  4. Tap action icon
  5. Tap OneEdit icon (If you cannot see OneEdit icon, tap "More" button to turn on "Share to OneEdit") 
  6. Open OneEdit app 
  7. Tap + button and then select "Resource Library" 
  8. Select photos and finally tap "Done" button 

The above method can be applied to all other apps that support action extension.

OneEdit Pro v2.8

New features:

1. Select images in output to export

2. Photo picker: no ordering option

3. Support more basic font

4. Update Google Drive SDK

5. Update Facebook SDK

6. Update Dropbox SDK

7. Bug fix

Tuesday, August 9, 2016

OneEdit Pro v2.7

New features:

1. Photo List: Change Ordering

2. Share photos from other apps into OneEdit using Share Extension

3. Support iOS 9 multi-tasking (Split view and slide over)

4. Import photos from Box

5. Upload photos to Box

6. UI enhancement for photo picker

7. Fix the problem of external keyboard

8. Bug fix

Thursday, October 22, 2015

OneEdit Pro v2.6

New features:

1. Fix problem for facebook

2. Fix problem of saving photos to camera roll

3. Update OneDrive & Dropbox SDK

4. Photo Picker Enhancement: group by day, month, year, size, and orientation

5. Open photo in other apps to bring it to OneEdit


Friday, May 1, 2015

Version 2.5 Highlights

We have completely redesigned the workflow and UI of OneEdit. Exporting tasks are combined with editing tasks eventually to make it more useful. For example, converting photos into grayscale, and then merging result into PDF, and finally uploading result to Google Drive are joined into ONE process.

The steps are clearly shown in the main screen: Photos, Edit, Settings, Export.
  1. Tap Photos, select photos from different sources
  2. Tap Edit, select editing tasks, or change reference photo to see the preview
  3. Tap Settings, choose the output format: JPG, PNG, PDF, or RAW
  4. Tap Export, select exporting tasks
  5. Finally, tap Execute to execute all the processes.

In this interface, you focus on one step each time. Exporting tasks are also saved into profile. In history interface, you still can do the export tasks individually. The features of CCStamp are moved to OneEdit as well. We hope that new OneEdit is more powerful than ever before.

If you have any questions, please send email to support or chat with support within the app.

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

OneEdit Pro v2.5

New features:

1. Completely redesigned workflow and UI

2. Combine edit and export tasks

3. Change reference photo

4. Merge images into PDF without cropping

5. Add Creative Commons License to the comment field of photo

6. Access shared folder of Google Drive

7. Add date time original for output filename

Monday, November 10, 2014

OneEdit Pro v2.4

New features:

1. Import single photo from iCloud

2. Add Logo Task: Import photos from different sources

3. New Flip Task: Horizontal or Vertical

4. Upload single photo to iCloud

5. Fix missing EXIF information problem

6. Bug fix and enhancement

7. Optimized for iPhone 6 & iPhone 6 Plus