YPImagePicker - 📸 Instagram-like image picker & filters for iOS

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YPImagePicker is an instagram-like photo/video picker for iOS written in pure Swift. It is feature-rich and highly customizable to match your App's requirements. 🌅 Library 📷 Photo 🎥 Video ✂️ Crop ⚡️ Flash 🖼 Filters 📁 Albums 🔢 Multiple Selection 📏 Video Trimming & Cover selection 📐 Output image size And many more...

https://github.com/Yummypets/YPImagePicker

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