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Free application lets users add text with a sense of perspective to images

Canon  Japan has released an English version of PERSTEXT for the United Kingdom, the United States and Australia. PERSTEXT is a free iOS application that provides users with a new way of having fun with their photos. The Japanese language version of PERSTEXT debuted on November 5, 2014 and by the 22nd of the same month reached the number one spot in the free Photo & Video category of the Japan App Store.
PERSTEXT lets you insert dynamic text into saved images, which can then be shared with friends and family via popular social networks, or a printed copy. By enabling the simple creation of images that convey messages with a touch of flare, the application offers new methods of expression and communication.

Flexible perspective layouts with assorted editing functions
Adding text to an image is as easy as entering the text and then tracing on the screen of the device with your finger to insert the text. Changing the degree of angle gives the text perspective and creates a sense of depth. The application also makes it possible to insert text that appears as if it had been written on the floor or the ground. A variety of effects let you change the look and feel of photos. For a fee, additional text effect and mask functions are also available to further expand PERSTEXT’s expressive capabilities.

Images enhanced through the PERSTEXT application can easily be posted to such social networking sites including Twitter™, Facebook™ and Instagram™.

Print to an AirPrint-enabled inkjet printer
The PERSTEXT application provides support for AirPrint-enabled inkjet printers so you can easily print out the images you create.

Support for iPhone, iPad or iPod touch

PERSTEXT has been developed for use on an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch and is available for download from the App Store.
 

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