PaintingWalls uses pictures that you’ve taken of a room you’d like to paint, and lets you alter the color of the walls with a number of tools. You can choose to color the walls manually with a standard brush or line tool, or you can use a polygonal tool to give the app information about the edges and angles of the walls so the program can automatically color them with a fill tool.
The app comes with various color catalogs, and you can add the ones you like to a Favorites folder. Trying out different colors is quick and easy, and once you’ve found a color that tickles your fancy, you can share your modified photos through e-mail, Facebook, or Twitter.
New in version 2.0 is a brush that lets you paint with your finger, a zoom-and-pan function for more detailed paint jobs, an auto-save feature that saves your work before you close the app, and a step-by-step undo and redo function.
PaintingWalls 2.0 requires iOS 3.0 and is available as a , and as a $2 Pro app. Here’s a video of the app in action.