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Price: $1.25

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Hi.

SourcesPro is, possibly, genuinely unique. It is a kind of generative graphics app, which lets you combine simple repeating "sources" and see what happens. The app also animates these images, so you can watch the interactions change. On a decent modern device, high quality output images up to 2000 pixels per side can be created - enough for printing, wallpapers etc.

There is also a free version with some limitations - no fancy functions, small output only, 2 min pause after 20 mins of use. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=uk.co.fordartworks.SourcesGL.lite

This is a deep program with countless permutations. Maybe not for the casual user, it is probably more for the arty/creative type who likes messing about with photoshop or fractals, perhaps. It is a program to explore, to see "what if".

I hope you find this app of interest, I'm not aware of anything else just like it. Sources requires a bit of learning, but it produces images that no other graphics program on any platform, that I'm aware of, could manage without huge effort.

Many thanks for your time,

Alan

http://www.fordartworks.co.uk/

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