FxCamera, a photo editing app that has apparently passed 20m downloads on Android, is now available on iOS.

In what is a fairly familiar tale, the free app allows users to add various filters and effects to their photos, as well as sound via its “Voice Picture” service, then share them to social networks. Much of its success on Android is due to its early (2009) launch, although the app will inevitably face more competition on the App Store.

The app comes from Japanese developer Bitcellar, which said on its blog that it hopes to hope “create and expand accessibility for the public as well as to achieve an increase in the number of users” with the iOS launch.

Bitcellar said it is also looking into developing storage systems to further enhance its camera app worldwide.