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Nestled between iPhoto and Lightroom, newcomer Mylio wants to take the pain out of collecting and organizing your zillions of photos.
Pixelmator makes for a wonderfully creative distraction that you’ll be itching to work with.
Creativity, selection refinement, and content-aware fill are the highlights in Adobe's new consumer-level editor.
Light Up takes images and allows you to create masks that block out the items you want to highlight.
Even after all these years, Adobe continues to add new features to its venerable image and photo editor that make it easier to get your work done.
An easy-to-use Mac app for retouching your photos.
When you want a no-fuss, no-muss app for making stop-motion videos, Briefly fits the bill.
Though it's not perfect, iResizer is a handy content-aware scaling tool that makes your images fit particular aspect ratios without cropping.
Peak Systems's GifMill is a quick and easy way to make animated GIFs on your iPhone from video or images, and it's this week's Macworld staff pick.
VSCO Cam is a snazzy camera and editing app with a half-baked online sharing experience bolted onto the side. The app needs only to find a way to smooth the rough edges in its interface to be a truly essential camera app alternative.
A quirky combination of Instagram and stop-motion imagery, Moju offers a quick way to create 24-frame animations and capture a bit more than static pictures have to offer.
Adobe successfully reimagines Lightroom for touch, but the app has much room to grow, both in features and in resolving first version hiccups.
Since no one is stamping out the selfie anytime soon, you might as well use an app to make that picture look good.
PicFrame for Mac may not have the bells and whistles of fancier photo-collage apps, but its tools are perfect if you just want a quick collection for an email message, Facebook post, or tweet.