Today I decided to do a quick experiment. I’m on board the business class on a train bound for Göteborg. And as usual I have my trusted Huawei MiFi to give me internet access. With the recent fuzz around Firesheep I decided to do a quick test.
I renamed the SSID on my MiFi to “Free WiFi” and turned off the encryption. Launched Firesheep and waited. After less than fifteen minutes I had a Facebook account that I could log on to. On the status page from the MiFi I could see that I had three computers connected.
After a while I had another Facebook account I could log on to. But I just wanted my point proven. So I decided to stop and change the SSID again. This time I called my network “I will hack you with firesheep”. For some strange kind of reason nobody logged on to that one…
My headline is not correct. The best WLAN name ever is the last one in this list: Hilarious wifi network names
Image 1: Remove the path
Brush a red layer on what you want to remove.
When you are satisfied hit “go”. Wait. And:
Image 2: Remove the trashcan
Select and process:
Not completely satisfied, so I select more and get a decent result:
Not satisfied, so I select and process more:
Image 3: Remove the poster
Image 4: Remove the statue
Problem with too large selection. I decided to do it in several steps.
And got this result:
My conclusion after this quick test is that Touch Retouch is easier to use, is faster and gives better results than Photo Fixer.
But Photo Fixer is the new kid on the block and will probably mature as it gets updated etc. So keep an eye on both of them.
See the comments. One of my requested features is a sort of popup that shows what’s going on under your finger. The people behind TouchRetouch tells me that this is coming in version 2.0 later in November.
…in addition to lots of other improvements:
• 1:1 image viewer;
• Flickr, Facebook, Picasa, Twitter sharing;
• Clone Stamp tool;
• Finger move hint;
• Localized help;
• Application settings;
• Improved algorithm for large pictures;
• Landscape mode;
• EXIF data support.
Looking forward to that. And it’s very nice to see that both developers have contacted me because of this quick review. I’ll keep an eye on both these apps.