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Great filters help make Andigraf a camera app that’s more fun than you’re expecting
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.