Percolator is not only a lot of fun, it produces some really interesting and artistic images.
Updated for the holiday season, Storie offers a mix of photo effects and sharing techniques.
Both the iPhone and iPad versions of this image editor produced some excellent black and white images.
Photo Academy provides a wealth of photographic information in your pocket.
Simply B&W is a no-frills black-and-white image editing app that produces good-looking photos.
Tracks, from Tracks Media, is a photo sharing app that hopes to be your new hub for social photography, yet the app lacks social integration.
Photogram lets you share a neat little postcard package of pictures through Facebook, Twitter, or an email.
The App Store is loaded with a number of great third-party apps to help you make the most of your mobile photos. And many of these filters will cost you very little -- or nothing at all. Jeff Phillips looks at five free (or nearly free) image editors.
This image editor lets you insert effects -- sunglasses, necklaces, and more -- over photos stored on your iOS device. The fun wears off pretty quickly.
No matter the situation or setting, this reference app offers a wealth of advice for photographers, with tips and suggested settings that are concise and easy to find.
This memo app -- which you can use to create a note that appears on your iPhone's lock screen -- can be a limited tool, it's still a worthwhile capability to have for handy reminders.
This app, which uses the gyroscope in the iPhone 4 to help create a panoramic-style view, has a few shortcomings. But it's a fun app to use and a great way to show off to friends.
This app attempts to help you accent colors in your mobile images, and while its results are decent, this may be an image-editing activity that's better suited for another device.
This good-looking task manager may take some adjustment if you're accustomed to more traditional planning. But if something fresh will help keep you on track, this app may be worth a try.
When looking to make a simple snapshot into art, the iPhone and iPod touch tool many photographers turn to is TiltShift Generator -- and for good reason. The app is a lot of fun and a worthy addition to your iPhone photobag.
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