Since the status update, a couple thing happened. The first version of Filterion is out, so the Head Process Creative pack is finally “completed”, although I’m not satisfied yet, there are lot feature in progress which will make it even more better.
That’s why both the Centroid and Handstract got an update, now you can instantly edit your creations in Filterion, and they’ll be even more connected in the future. Also, today I’ve just submitted the first Filterion update with iPad support and with a couple improvements.

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Handstract is quite usable right now, I’ll focus on the other two app

The next thing I’ll work on is a bigger Centroid update, with edge detection and more shape editing features. After that, I’ll have to rework the logical parts of Filterion, it’s a mess right now so its necessary before I add more editing options in it. Besides that, I’ll try to make it more distinct from the other photo editing apps, with more interesting filters and options, that you can’t see

I know it’s a shame that my only non-free application gets updated the least frequently. I’ll try to change this with a roadmap and more smaller updates than one big. Though, the upcoming 1.5 version was planned as a major one, I guess I’ll will split it to two smaller release.
So what will change? First of all, I’ll fix some of the iOS 8 related bugs, too bad I’ve waited so long for this. Also, the whole photo importing menu will be redesigned for easier use, along with new crop and rotate tools for the already imported photos.
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Besides, I’ll get back working on the engine, so it can detect the edges and contrast of objects and merge some shapes to achieve this effect. If everything goes as I planned, the results will be far more smoother and interesting than the current grid.
I can’t say an exact release date yet. The smaller fixes will be definitely released in February, and if I have time, the new improved engine too.
Until then, check out the new Handstract update.