Lightricks Launches Facetune Future Feature Contest

Lightricks Ltd., a leader in high-end image processing applications, today announced that fans of its best-selling iOS app, Facetune, will have the chance to submit ideas and vote on the app’s newest editing feature. The top three ideas submitted to Lightricks will be voted on by the users and the top-voted feature or tool will be added by the development team in a future Facetune update. All entrants will have a chance to win a free iPad for participating with winners being announced on Facetune’s Facebook page.

Anyone can participate by filling out the submission form, and additional details can be found on Facetune’s official Facebook page. Contestants are allowed to submit as many ideas as they want to increase their chances of winning an iPad.  Lightricks will post the top three ideas and users will then vote for their favorite, which will be added to a future Facetune update.

Two iPad winners will be chosen randomly from those participating in the contest and will be announced on Facetune’s Facebook page, first on March 12, 2014 and the second on March 25, 2014. Lightricks will be announcing the top-voted on feature or tool at Macworld 2014. 

Facetune is a powerful and easy-to-use image editing application that uses Lightricks’ proprietary LTEngine™ and SafeBrush™ technologies.  This app allows users to perfect their pictures by enhancing their smiles, reshaping facial features, smoothing out skin and even adding virtual makeup.   Apple selected Facetune as one of the best Stylish Photo Editing apps in 2013.

“We’re thrilled with the positive feedback Facetune’s received since launch and really want to give the fans what they want,” said Zeev Farbman, co-founder and CEO of Lightricks.  “The Facetune Future Feature Contest is the perfect way for our photo-editing enthusiasts to let us know what tools they wish to see in our big update.”
 
Facetune is now available on the App Store for $2.99 on iPhone and $3.99 on iPad.  The Lightricks team is also bringing Facetune to Windows Phone later this year.

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