Still really really really hard to use.
I thought VSCO 2.0 was tricky at first, but got used to it. My problems were with all of the back-and-forth between editing menus and effect sliders.
Though ideally I wouldn't have to get "used to it," and I wouldn't view it as "my problem." Excited to try out the new app and see if the UI has improved.
Everything is still very heavily icon based - which I find tends to be extremely vague and ambiguous.
Completely agree with you, this new version is very difficult to access for a newbie
I sort of agree, the original VSCO Cam was much easier to use.
I love apps that force me to slow down; it's just you, your friends, and your photos.
VSCO is one of the good ones.
This update looks sickkkk. VSCO is by far my favorite photography app.
It seems awesome and looks beautiful. But I don't know what to do with it.
Take good photos, make them better, share them on the grid. Think of it as Lightroom or Aperture for your photos.
I love unconditionally VSCO
Never heard of VSCO before. Installing right away. Wonder how it's gonna perform on my iPhone 4 though.
I've been using VSCOCam on my iPhone4s since it came out and it's great. Professionally done photo filters. I actually found the original VSCO more useable but that's life...
I struggled to find my old images back. But aside from that it's working and looking great as usual!
I think I'll stick with afterlight.
Dream design job: VSCO