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People have been calling Flic the Tinder of photo apps, and that’s the perfect description: Use gestures to quickly clear out your Camera Roll and keep only the photos that matter.
Photoshop, photoschmop. Lightroom can handle most editing tasks, plus it's great at managing your photos so you can do more with them.
The new Time-lapse mode in iOS 8 is more primitive than Hyperlapse, but Instagram knows you have to stay ahead of Apple to compete with Apple.
Hyperlapse makes this high-tech special effect easy to produce and share.
Hands-on with Hyperlapse, Instagram’s super simple new app
From keeping your files safe to making sure that your servers are doing their jobs, this week’s roundup of new Mac apps brings you a veritable cornucopia of goodies for your Mac.
The iOS and Android app looks to improve on your mobile device's photo library by using an algorithm to group related photos and videos together and putting your best shots front and center.
What’s the point of having photos if nobody ever sees them?
Instagram is now thinking beyond filters, with new tools for adjust brightness, fixing shadows, tweaking sharpness, and more.
This week's roundup of apps for iPhone and iPad includes a new way to make sure you don't accidentally leave your phone behind. There are also games for fantasy fans and comic book lovers, plus some actually useful stuff.
Chop up Tumblr, VSCO Cam, and Instagram, remix the pieces, and you get the new photo-sharing, micro-blogging platform Ultravisual.
Cinamatic is designed as a companion -- not a replacement -- to your favorite social feeds.
With better search and a beautifully designed new layout, Flickr is clearly putting the emphasis on its community of incredible photographers.
Adobe's pro photography editing software has come to the iPad: Take an in-depth tour of its features with Macworld contributor and photographer Jeff Carlson.
Because selfies aren’t going anywhere anytime soon.