Glitché

Glitché

By Glitche Ltd.

  • Category: Photo & Video
  • Release Date: 2013-04-18
  • Current Version: 2.15
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 20.35 MB
  • Developer: Glitche Ltd.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4/5 ( 2,262 App Reviews)
  • Price:
    $0.99
Glitché App Ratings: 4
4
Based on 2,262 App Reviews
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Glitché App Details

Endorsed by celebrities and brands, Glitché is the No.1 Photo & Video app in 122 countries and the most influential and inspiring mobile editor for iPhone. The ultimate tool for creating professional cutting-edge visuals. Featured numerous times by Apple: • App Culture • App of the Day • Best of the Year • Get Inspired • Let's Create Eye-catching, stunning filters — Apple The app that I love — Kylie Jenner Love love love! — XXXTentacion The best app in the world — TM88, Lil Uzi Vert’s XO Tour Llif3 producer This app is reserved for only the coolest of people tbh. Anyone wearing a Supreme hoodie and a pair of Yeezys are bound to have 'Glitché' installed on their phone — Capital FM Famed photographer Nick Knight used the app on Travis Scott’s Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight album cover. It’s one of Kylie Jenner’s favorites, the Gorillaz used it for their Humanz promotions, same with Diesel, Dolce & Gabbana, Been Trill, the MTV VMAs, and there are even filters catered to movies like Ghost in the Shell. It’s easy to use, too — HYPEBEAST Glitch-face is the new selfie — Fast Company This super cool app will take your regular photos from ordinary to psychedelic. Glitché has taken the art of pixelation and distortion and put it in the palm of your hand. Once an art form achievable only with the help of Photoshop, Glitché helps even the most unexperienced user to create captivating illustrations — Complex One of the best apps for creative people — The Huffington Post It's free to download compared to £300 per hour for a post-production suite — Nick Knight It's so special, it's so now — Nicola Formichetti Glitché is sick — Lily Allen We love Glitché — The Glitch Mob Yes, there are filters. And yes, the photos look ******* awesome — BuzzFeed By totally changing the world of modern visual culture, Glitché has become a Webby Awards Official Honoree in Experimental and Innovation Apps and counts Kylie Jenner, Kim Kardashian West, Pharrell Williams, Travis Scott, Gorillaz, XXXTentacion, Marilyn Manson, Radiohead, Zayn, Gigi Hadid, Run The Jewels, Tyga, Iggy Azalea, Major Lazer, Skepta, Lily Allen, Boys Noize, Jeremih, Norman Reedus, John Mayer, Oliver Sykes, John Galliano, Demna Gvasalia, Nick Knight, Gucci Ghost, Heron Preston, Marcelo Burlon, Lil Uzi Vert’s “XO Tour Llif3″ producer TM88 and many more amongst its fans. FEATURES • No signup or account needed — download and start creating immediately • 30+ professional tools for the digital glitches, 3D-transformations, color distortions, crusty VHS looks and more • Real-time, photo & video filters to bring the best out of your art • Fullscreen mode for the most amazing Instagram stories • Effect control during recording and editing • Beautiful simple design • Layers, masks, texts, and emojis • Export to Adobe Creative Cloud and Photoshop • Endless inspiration and creativity Download now! Follow us on Instagram and Twitter (like Post Malone does): @GlitcheApp Unlimited Access Subscription - You can subscribe for unlimited access to all features and content offered for purchase within Glitché. - Subscriptions are billed monthly or annually at the rate selected depending on the subscription plan. Alternatively,​ a one-time payment plan is available (this is not a subscription). - Subscriptions auto-renew at the cost of the chosen package, unless canceled 24-hours in advance prior to the end of the current period. The subscription fee is charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. You may manage your subscription and turn off auto-renewal by going to your Account Settings after purchase. Per Apple policy, no cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during the active subscription period. Once purchased, refunds will not be provided for any unused portion of the term. - Terms of use: http://static.glitche.com/termsofservice.pdf - Privacy policy: http://static.glitche.com/privacypolicy.pdf

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Glitché App Reviews

  • Awful update.

    1
    By NARROWBEAR
    These rounded corners are awful! And now they’ve made it even more expensive after already purchasing the last version and blast you with an ad every time you open the app. Unreal.
  • Loved this App

    4
    By M!KX
    Loved this app although not completely as of yet feeling the update. The price for the one time fee a little much. Also the monthly fee option that a lot of these styles of apps are doing is wack.
  • How much?

    2
    By Ruxco
    I don’t understand, it’s a $2.99 app all day long and always will be. $35? Seems to be about the money, not the art. The app has to impress me, not an annoying list of celebrities. It’s a decent app...but quit shamelessly hounding me for more money!
  • Restore Purchase wrong

    3
    By amirmalek1
    Hey, I already bought this software. But with the update of this software, I have to pay again. What is wrong?
  • So: who is the demo for this app?

    1
    By mambonassau
    It's a real question. I started using Glitché as a tool to edit and tweak video for various artistic pursuits, and I ponied up a reasonable amount of cash to do it. I believed in the product, felt that it offered something semi-new - or at least a refined variation on other similar filters - and was happy to pay that fee (roughly the cost of a mid-level iPad synth, art program, or writing/notes program) to use it. As the app store slowly began to succumb to a mania of subscriptions, Glitché remained a not-cheap-but-not-expensive source for After Effects-style manipulations, and I felt good about supporting it and its creators. So: this update is... confusing, I guess. LumaFusion costs $20. Scrivener costs $20. Affinity Pro costs $20. Each of these programs provide bleeding edge professional software for their respective fields and, all told, are much more versatile and useful than Glitché. None of them require a subscription, either. I mean, I don't want to knock Glitché - it's great at what it does, and I'd likely pay $20 for it if given the chance. But I already paid around half that when I originally purchased the app, meaning I'd be up to $45+ invested were I to purchase the program sans subscription. That's how much I paid for Auria and Gadget, two apps that are infinitely more complex and fully featured than Glitché. Also, this non-subsidized price seems to punish me for my earlier investment in the app, which seems karmically bad and strange. You might be asking, "Well, why not just buy the subscription?" I suppose that's fair. My answer: when programs move to a subscription model, I stop using them. This is why I use Reaper as my desktop DAW and have switched to GIMP and other similar (e.g. Graphic) as a dodge against the Adobe CC. I'm not interested in leasing software. I'm not a company, and I don't really need regular "upgrades" if something is working fine. As far as I'm concerned, Glitché's only responsibility is to remain compatible with iOS updates and maybe stay on top of current output standards (i.e. 4K, which appears to be The Thing right now). If an update seems worth it, I'll pay a few bucks for it, but $20-35 seems like a lot of scratch to get two or three new features in an app I already bought. I'm glad celebrities like your app. That must be very satisfying. I am not a celebrity. I don't use this app to brag about my expensive life on Instagram. I actually find your little ad about the Kardashians' breathless love for your app offputting and misguided. And I guess this is where we get back to my initial question: who is the demo for this app nowadays? Potential IG "stars"? Rich kids who want to douse themselves in VHS tracking flutter? I'm just a middle-class guy who likes to warp and manipulate while making short films, and I'm having a hard time justifying the expense required to keep using a few cool video effects. I'd do a $10 IAP, maybe, that acknowledged and built on my initial investment. But $35? That's just you overpricing something so people will have to subscribe instead. I'm fond of your app and would love to help you out, but I can live without Glitché, at the end of the day. If the pricing were different, this could have been a category killer of sorts. As it stands, it's hard not to feel like you're closing in on Vine-level misunderstanding of your own appeal. Best of luck with your oddly mercenary new approach.
  • Dont care about your day 1’s

    2
    By bs.trap
    Ive had this app for 3 years and they are disappointing me with the $2.99/month sub. I paid for the app i shouldnt have to pay more.
  • FIX THE APP PLEASE

    2
    By Gsksvsgajac1425
    it’s not letting me edit photos anymore, i have to exit out and reclick the pictures 2-3 times.
  • This app is a scam

    1
    By theartofyoga
    After having this poorly designed app for a year, I was happy to see an update finally, thinking it would fix the apps many issues. Unfortunately the only significant thing added to this update was an over priced/ useless subscription service. 34$ to unlock the pro features? You got to be kidding me. I already paid for the pro features when it was 10$ to unlock the 4K export and watermark removal. When i restore my purchases I still cannot export in HD.
  • Shame on You

    1
    By Coeyson
    I am a loyal customer who paid $9.00 for a full featured, ad free app. With this update I see new features that are not available to me and I see the “update to Pro” ads everywhere. If you can’t take care of your customers who have supported you along the way, I don’t see much future for you in your new business/subscription model.
  • Disappointed but Not Surprised

    3
    By pixelfaerie
    I’ve used this app for a few years, and I paid for it. Before, I had a very positive outlook until the most recent changes. Although, it’s ridiculous the photo quality went down drastically and now I have to pay to have decent quality photos. It’s honestly a huge disappointment.

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