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Forget iPhoto or Photo Stream -- Loom wants to be the place where you store and organize your images. After a few months in private beta, the photo storage service has opened to the public with a new mobile interface for iOS 7 and support for Raw files.
Photos and videos from brands you don't follow will soon show up in your stream.
Snapchat is giving photos and videos captured with its app some longevity.
With a simple slider interface and impressive presets, Perfectly Clear can turn photo mistakes into share-worthy masterpieces.
Specialty photo-sharing networks provide extra privacy, voice captions, storytelling, and even an easy way to buy prints.
Once you get used to the mobile OS's overhauled Camera and Photos apps, you'll take pictures faster and better than ever.
Cross-platform PhotoDirector 5, with new 64-bit support, features enhanced editing, management, adjustment, and sharing.
New plan offers twice the Photoshop goodness at half the subscription price.
Despite the static that greeted mobile Flickr's last overhaul, there are no arguments with this new version.
Apple's latest purchase is the Sweden-based AlgoTrim, which specializes in data compression of images and video for mobile platforms.
Eventiles organizes your iPhone photos into beautiful collages according to time and location.
If Ansel Adams had these apps, he'd be the most popular guy on Instagram.
The competitive universe of photo books has nothing on Shutterfly as its new free iPad app takes on the competition with a free online presence and a paid hard-copy version.
We've got a whole range of new ways to help you make better images on your iPhone and iPad. And if you're looking for work? We've got suggestions there, too.