This was posted 1 year 6 months 24 days ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

expired [iOS] Enlight App Free (Was $2.99) @ iTunes

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Rated 4.8/5 on iTunes and has a download size of 87MB.

Enlight is the superior way to create stunning images on iPhone. The most comprehensive, highest quality photo editing app so powerful and user-friendly it’ll be the last photo app you ever download.

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  • +6 votes

    Upvoted because you put the file size in the description.

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    What is the difference between this and Enlight Photofox?

    • +2 votes

      Looks like Photofox is the new, mostly subscription based app while Enlight is the original, once off purchase type of app.
      https://techcrunch.com/2017/07/06/facetune-makers-newest-app...

      • +1 vote

        I wonder if this app will stop being supported and they'll only update the subscription app… seems to be the way a lot of app makers are going. Can understand it from a developer point of view, but from a consumer point of view I'm not a fan.

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          It's a free app, I can't see what your concern is?

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          Enlight has been around forever and has been constantly updated in the years I’ve known about it. It’s a good app, but these photo editing apps are really a dime a dozen, there are just so many of them out there.

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          @ocoolio:

          Yes - got the app, can't argue with free :) But just a heads up for those who start using and loving the application, could potentially be unsupported in the near future and you'll be shifted to a subscription model. (have been burnt by this in the past)

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          @aeon: You felt burnt because someone stopped offering a free service?

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          @Diji1:

          I don't mind if it's additional functionality you have to pay for (or to remove ads, etc), but I've had apps in the past which were fully featured, but then changed to a free + subscription model… (and no option for a once off, all inclusive payment option). I guess I'm just generally opposed to subscription models for applications as a consumer. (as a developer, it makes financial sense though, so it's conflicting!)

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    Off topic, but I really like the logo in the preview image!

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP, just got it then, reviews look excellent.

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