iPhone photo printing app lets you make custom wallpapers for photos

iPhone photo editing app Apple has released an online photo printing service that lets users upload their own custom wall-papers.

The app, PhotoX, is available for download on the App Store for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Users can choose from a wide range of images and photos, including from Instagram, Flickr, and the likes.

PhotoX allows users to choose between “bulk” and “minimal” photo editing.

“There are lots of options available for wallpapers that we’re happy to offer,” the photo editing tool’s description reads.

Users need only have an iPhone 5S or later, iPhone 6, iPhone 7, or iPhone 8 with iOS 11.

Users are also able to upload photos they own and edit them.

Users will need to upload an album of photos, an album full of videos, or an album containing more than 100 images.

Users have the option to use the app to upload their photos to Facebook, Flickr or Instagram.

Photo X also has a “lens” option, which allows users “to add your own lens flare or highlight.”

Users can also use the tool to “remove” background blur and enhance photo effects.

“It’s just a very simple app that’s been designed to help you make your photos look good,” the app’s description says.

Photo printing is a key feature of the iPhone Photo app.

“The biggest problem with many iPhone photo apps is they’re all limited to a single camera mode,” iPhone photo editor Tim O’Donnell said.

“And this is where PhotoX comes in.

It allows you to use multiple photos for the same wall-paper.”

The app will let users create their own “lenses” and also add “flare and highlight effects” to the photo.

“I think this is a great way to bring more people into the iPhone photo app, and make sure you get a good variety of photos,” O’Connell said.

Photo editing is also available for iPad users, with a photo sharing option and the ability to upload up to five photos.

Apple said it will be adding support for the app in the coming weeks.

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