By Glitche Ltd.

  • Category: Photo & Video
  • Release Date: 2013-04-18
  • Current Version: 2.16
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 20.35 MB
  • Developer: Glitche Ltd.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4
From 3,175 Ratings


Endorsed by professionals, Glitché is the No.1 Photo & Video app in 122 countries and the most influential and inspiring mobile editor for iPhone. The ultimate tool for creating cutting-edge visuals. Featured numerous times by Apple: • App Culture • App of the Day • Best of the Year • Get Inspired • Let's Create Eye-catching, stunning filters — Apple The app that I love — Kylie Jenner Love love love! — XXXTentacion The best app in the world — TM88, Lil Uzi Vert’s XO Tour Llif3 producer This app is reserved for only the coolest of people tbh. Anyone wearing a Supreme hoodie and a pair of Yeezys are bound to have 'Glitché' installed on their phone — Capital FM Famed photographer Nick Knight used the app on Travis Scott’s Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight album cover. It’s one of Kylie Jenner’s favorites, the Gorillaz used it for their Humanz promotions, same with Diesel, Dolce & Gabbana, Been Trill, the MTV VMAs, and there are even filters catered to movies like Ghost in the Shell. It’s easy to use, too — HYPEBEAST Glitch-face is the new selfie — Fast Company This super cool app will take your regular photos from ordinary to psychedelic. Glitché has taken the art of pixelation and distortion and put it in the palm of your hand. Once an art form achievable only with the help of Photoshop, Glitché helps even the most unexperienced user to create captivating illustrations — Complex One of the best apps for creative people — The Huffington Post It's free to download compared to £300 per hour for a post-production suite — Nick Knight It's so special, it's so now — Nicola Formichetti Glitché is sick — Lily Allen We love Glitché — The Glitch Mob Yes, there are filters. And yes, the photos look ******* awesome — BuzzFeed By totally changing the world of modern visual culture, Glitché has become a Webby Awards Official Honoree in Experimental and Innovation Apps and counts Kylie Jenner, Kim Kardashian West, Pharrell Williams, Travis Scott, Gorillaz, XXXTentacion, Marilyn Manson, Radiohead, Zayn, Gigi Hadid, Run The Jewels, Tyga, Iggy Azalea, Major Lazer, Skepta, Lily Allen, Boys Noize, Jeremih, Norman Reedus, John Mayer, Oliver Sykes, John Galliano, Demna Gvasalia, Nick Knight, Gucci Ghost, Heron Preston, Marcelo Burlon, Lil Uzi Vert’s “XO Tour Llif3″ producer TM88 and many more amongst its fans. FEATURES • No signup or account needed — download and start creating immediately • 30+ professional tools for the digital glitches, 3D-transformations, color distortions, crusty VHS looks and more • Real-time, photo & video filters to bring the best out of your art • Fullscreen mode for the most amazing Instagram stories • Effect control during recording and editing • Beautiful simple design • Layers, masks, texts, and emojis • Export to Adobe Creative Cloud and Photoshop • Endless inspiration and creativity Download now! Follow us on Instagram and Twitter (like Post Malone does): @GlitcheApp Unlimited Access Subscription - You can subscribe for unlimited access to all features and content offered for purchase within Glitché. - Subscriptions are billed monthly or annually at the rate selected depending on the subscription plan. Alternatively,​ a one-time payment plan is available (this is not a subscription). - Subscriptions auto-renew at the cost of the chosen package, unless canceled 24-hours in advance prior to the end of the current period. The subscription fee is charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. You may manage your subscription and turn off auto-renewal by going to your Account Settings after purchase. Per Apple policy, no cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during the active subscription period. Once purchased, refunds will not be provided for any unused portion of the term. - Terms of use: - Privacy policy:



  • Total Failure

    By glitchgirlmn
    This app would be amazing if it didn’t crash every time I tried to save even the smallest glitched video of less than 2mb. It’s ridiculous, it crashes in the middle of saving the most gorgeous glitches. Makes me want to throw my iPad across the room every time. I’m done with this app.

    By efunkyyyyyyy
    I was disappointed I bought this to edit videos for 99 cents ... then it has a bunch of additional charges ! Other than that , great app and features....
  • Do not buy

    By NEoTY26
    This app should be free with the limitations they place without paying $50+ or a $2.99/month subscription.
  • Works well, but too greedy!

    By BAR112
    Paid the $65 one-time fee about a year ago; all features seem to be available to me. UI is very hard to use on a big iPad: get a full screen in landscape but controls are sideways on right side and very tiny. As I recall, developers made it landscape, then reverted to (terrible) portrait only! Only way to save is to hit the big button at the bottom, get “save before exit”? Then, it either crashes out or goes into Glitch mode. Kind of buggy, needs another update. And I don’t care what celebrities use your app!
  • Crash

    By Fashiongirl12341
    I paid $3 for a month of premium and now I can’t save videos because the app justa crash’s.
  • This would have been a five star, but...

    By Katcatkat87654 so many apps, this one has gone the way of monthly subscriptions with an outlandish price ($65 to purchase it all out? No.). I would have gladly paid a reasonable price for the app with full access to everything - at least $5 but I would have paid up to $10 because I enjoy this app so much. Poor form, Glitché. I’m disappointed.
  • Interesting effects, slight learning curve as you figure out app UX

    By solafida
    You can definitely achieve a huge range of effects that would take way longer to recreate in photoshop. The ability to add and rearrange gif frames is a great feature. The navigation and icons are a bit confusing at first, but once you play around and see all the app can do, it feels natural.
  • shame

    By Back to the First iPhone
    I bought a lot of the in app purchases and its upsetting that I have to buy subscriptions now to use the stuff I have already bought before. Still a nice editing app but i feel cheated.
  • Misleading and expensive

    By I LOVE ❣️❣️
    I was really disappointed to see that after I paid for the app you need to pay like 9 more dollars to actually USE the app and how it directed me to go download another app that I didn’t need
  • Bait and glitch

    By nikolazzi
    It is been a while since I’ve used the app, but when I first purchased it I went all in- after three or four upgrades I remember thinking wow this is kind of a pricey little app but I really dig what it’s doing with photo and video so the value WAS there. fast forward to this last weekend where I specifically needed the app to use for a project. What initially began as excitement that I would have the magic tool for the job to capture some great glitch video and turning it around fast. Then... it all went Horribly wrong. Instead of the clever and easy to use UI that I was used to, some ill defined rectangles and a looping upsell pop up invaded my screen. Making it impossible to start or stop a video, select settings, or shift between media. (Deep sigh) The myriad of reasons why this situation totally sucked when it should’ve been awesome all point back to the absurd “updates” and changes made to your once awesome app. As many other reviewer’s pointed out, your change of pricing plan just blows everybody out of the water and creates instant resentment, and 10x that sentiment for the users who went the distance and bought all of your previous add-ons. I know we’ve all got to make money and figure out how to do it in a way that makes us want to get up the next day But I can’t fathom that your new plan wasn’t met with some internal resistance and understanding that it would create a real problem with a big segment of your user base. The fact that I’m taking minutes of my time to write this review is actually a testament to how users want to help dev make a good product ( and keep it good). Honestly, The users who care enough to give you real feedback don’t care what celebrity uses you’re app. We care that it continues to be a cool app. Maybe you can pitch a celeb on a custom branded Glitché app, pull in a six-figure dev deal and then return the cool app that once existed back to us humble un-famous users. Anyone with me here...?