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BeFunky FX is a new app that applies really nice edgy effects to your images, but low resolution output and other problems spoil the app.
Sloppy Borders is easy to use, creates good-looking edges, but does not save at high-resolutions in the version 1.0 release I tested.
The standard version of imphoto has too many annoyances and disabled features to be really useful. It feels like a try-before-you-buy demo app.
I don’t like Flash Hero’s current Equalize and Balance adjustments. Even at $0.99 USD, the Levels function isn’t unique enough on its own to warrant a purchase if you use another slider-based flash fixer.
ClassicTOY – Plastic Toy Camera, the same great filters as ClassicPAN in a more versatile 3:2 frame.
The new 2.7 update of ProCamera now includes every feature that I want that’s allowed by Apple in an iPhone camera app… and a whole lot more.
This is a horrible app and with all of the other free and inexpensive monochrome cameras in the app store, there’s no reason to download this one. There’s no excuse for a basic monochrome camera app to not support full the iPhone’s resolution.
Bottom Line: BlueHour is a good utility to help plan twilight photography.
Autofocus for 2G/3G is a good, simple app that does a nice job of reproducing a DOF effect, but for me the low resolution output really limits its use.
PhotoSize is a utility that does one thing — it gives you the pixel dimensions of any image from your iPhone’s photo library or camera roll.
Although several other apps have a straightening tool, among them Photogene and PhotoForge, none offer the image resampling that Straighten Image does.
One very cool new feature in the next major upgrade of Camera Plus Pro is video for all iPhones, including older ones. And from a sample clip released this week, it looks like the quality of that video is pretty decent for a phone cam.