Fragment - Prismatic Photo Effects

Fragment - Prismatic Photo Effects

By Pixite LLC

  • Category: Photo & Video
  • Release Date: 2013-12-19
  • Current Version: 1.7.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 69.05 MB
  • Developer: Pixite LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 1,276 Ratings


Fragment (featured in 153 countries) can transform any image into totally unique, one-of-a-kind prismatic art you’ll want to share with everyone. It all begins with your images. Take your camera and compose a photo, or select from your Camera Roll. Once you have your image, the enhancing is in full effect. Unleash your inner artist and choose from a collage of inspired frames, shapes and patterns. Watch as your image is “fragmented” instantly into a myriad of prism-like glass pieces, thanks to a lightning-fast interface that works in real time. No lag time here, thank you. Now dive in and manipulate at will. Rotate, resize, frame, drag, zoom, crop – Fragment is completely scalable and a true reflection of your imagination. Add colors and adjust levels. Desaturate. Blend. Blur. Invert. Or go for something completely random and tap shuffle. It’s all up to you where you want to take it. Ready to share? Send your vision to Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and other photo enhancement apps with just a tap. Still going? Hit “Refragment” and keep creating. Simple, and yet so beautiful, isn’t it? With Fragment, the pieces add up to something extraordinary every time.



  • Fragment is problematic

    By voidofcourse
    Fragment is only app in the Pixite suite that I wouldn't give five stars, only because the image output is jagged and pixelated. I started using this app on my Android phone and I assumed the export quality was due to developing for a *fragmented* ;) ecosystem, but nope, it's just as bad on my iPad. I still love playing with it, it's just too bad that I can't really use my creations as wallpapers, for instance.
  • Yo it's lit

    By Nobody’s Review
    I enjoyed using the app with my compatriots
  • Fragment, fragmenting

    By Agentstarkiller
    I love this app for editing and I use it a lot currently... However there seems to be a recent bit of crashing I’ve personally experienced. I’m quite thoroughly annoyed about it too, seeing as I just finished working on an edit for 30-40 minutes. I tried to save it and it crashed resulting in the loss of the edit. That is exceedingly frustrating and I’m currently at my limit about this issue. It’s not the first time this has happened either. At least update the “ recent” tab to actual recent, not the original starting point of the layout. I’m using an iPhone 6, updated to the current iOS just the other day
  • Amazing App

    By Hdbxbxbsudbx
    Such a good app for unique, yet easy photo editing.
  • If you love photoshop you'll love this

    By factory asd
    Look ill be honest with you this app is sometimes even easier than photoshop. It has simplistic tools and the percision is great
  • Used to be great, but now...

    By Professor Nom Nom
    I purchased the "Forever Unlock" a while ago, and when I went to use it, I can't access the shapes!! I used to be able to create amazing stuff, wish I could now :(
  • Tangent

    By Anon 70
    Good app. Needs a few bugs worked out. Sometimes the shapes are fixed & won't move. When first opening the app it can get stuck in a blend & it will not change when you change it to a different blend.
  • Awesome

    By V.nayeri
    I love it
  • great easy results for beginners

    By he said with a shrug
    i am not a photo editor. not much of a photographer. i made cool things within a few minutes of purchase. recommended. i believe in you.
  • This Developer Is A Liar

    By Pro App Reviews
    In the description of the app, the Developer says that giving his product great reviews "really help us to add new features." Well, he has 187 5-star reviews, and yet he abandoned the app a year and a half ago. This is a common plea among app makers, and many, (like this guy), never actually reward the time and effort you spent giving them those high reviews. It's a form of fraud, actually, and I'd like to see The App Store ban this all-too-common form of begging. If you created the app to make money, then let the money be your motivator. Because, for some strange reason, apps seem to be the one product that implies they will hold their services hostage unless I write a good review for them. My mechanic, or dry cleaner never tell me that they'll do a better job and work harder if only I will write a positive review. I don't consider bug fixes and adding more in-app purchases to be doing me a big favor. It's just part of doing your job as a Developer, and finding new ways to monetize the product. So why do I have to write a good review, in order for you to fix bugs? And if your product is good enough to generate word-of-mouth, then it will happen organically, without requesting reviews. So stop begging for reviews. And if customers DO leave them, then honor your word, and don't abandon your customers, when they kept up their end of the bargain.