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Announcing our fastest version yet

TapPainter 2.0 has just been released for iPad and iPhone.

We’ve switched to a new server and improved the efficiency of our algorithms and improved the performance of our iPhone and iPad versions!

http://apple.co/1J769De

TapPainter 1.7 released today!

New release includes:

– Optimized for iOS 8

– Now available for iPhone! optimized for 6, 6+

– HDR (High Dynamic Range) image capture added

apple.co/1zJmk0g

Announcing new releases

Newly released

TapPainter Free

 

http://bit.ly/1tLIvnM

 

TapPainter version 1.6 now with all paint brands included

 

http://bit.ly/WL57Gs

We’re sorry…

Over the weekend a server glitch has caused some users to get the wrong image back after painting with TapPainter. This glitch has now been corrected and is no longer be an issue.

We take this very seriously and value the privacy of your images. Due to the quantity of calculations required in our color analysis TapPainter relies on a multi-core server to analyze each image quickly. This server is private and secure and is only accessible to two members of the MDi Touch team.

If this issue has affected you or caused you concern please contact us immediately through our contact form and we will take action to rectify the situation.

 

Thank You,

 

Mark Lichman

Founder and CEO

MDi Touch

Some new media about TapPainter

We’re getting some media. Below are a few of the recent articles.

http://hypi.st/tappainter-an-app-for-the-wall-paint-enthusiasts/

http://www.kbbonline.com/kbb/news-and-features/TapPainter-App-Intro-5573.shtml

http://www.trendhunter.com/trends/painting-app

http://www.technologytell.com/hometech/105951/kickstarter-find-tappainter/

http://www.digitaltrends.com/home/put-swatches-tappainter-lets-test-colors-realistic-virtual-wall-paint/#!G3msm

Kitchen repainting – Before and After

Analyzing and simulating Color accurately is a tricky process. We’ve gone to great lengths to make TapPainter the most accurate room paint color tool on the market. Here’s the first of more examples to come, comparing images repainted with TapPainter and repainter for real.

Here’s the before painting picture:

Original

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The red was a bit overpowering, our designer suggested something to blend it a little better but keep that energy. After going through many different colors with her client, they selected this one, repainted with TapPainter using Benjamin Moore BM1293:

TapPaint into BM 1293

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here’s the final result painted using the same color as in TapPainter BM1293

Actual Repainted into BM1293