Updated November 07, 2018 08:02:16 A new smartphone app has opened up the possibility of the public sharing and editing of their photos on-the-go.
Dubbed “monaco” by its developer, Monaco, it offers a variety of photo editing tools including photo retouching, color grading and more.
Users can create and share their own content using the app.
Monaco was originally released last month, but has since been updated to version 3.3.5.
The app is currently only available in English, but will soon be available in French, German and Spanish.
Users need to have a Monaco app installed on their device to create a photo.
The app will automatically create a custom image for you.
Once created, the app will then display your uploaded photos as a preview in the browser, allowing you to see what the final image will look like.
When you upload photos to Monaco, the file type will change depending on the app you are using.
You can select from a range of file types, such as JPEG, PNG, TIFF, TGA and more, which will then appear in the app as a series of preview images.
Monoco allows you to upload and share photos as high-resolution images with a large range of resolution options.
However, if you upload a photo with a smaller resolution than your device can handle, the images will appear smaller.
Monico can be downloaded for free from the Google Play store.
Users will also be able to post their photos to the Monaco Facebook page for their friends and family to view.
Users who upload their photos will be able create a profile to share the photo and other users’ comments on the photo.
This feature will allow users to post comments, and the comments will appear in Monaco as a result.
Users should also be aware that the app is not perfect.
While the app does support the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, there is no support for the iPhone 5, 5s or 6.