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The Combo Apps review of new photo app Tangled FX by Tina Ashcroft. The app lets you do really crazy looking outlines with an electric looking effect to your photo editing.
Photo Remind is a slick utility that will help you keep track of all those shots you pass by but intend to return to. Photo Remind is for FREE for a very limited time. Grab it fast and save $1.99.
I recommend Wood Camera for users who are looking to grow from Instagram’s limited set of one-click filters, but who still want an app that’s fast and easy to use. For users who’ve been shooting iPhoneography for a while, Wood Camera offers a good set of vintage, grimy, scratchy filters and textures that’s just different enough than other similar apps.
The classic Vint B&W got a new update this week. It sports a new interface, tools, icon, and name. It’s now called Vint B&W MII. The update is bound to make a lot of old iPhoneographers happy in a nostalgic sort of way.
It’s hard to believe that new photo app Plastica is from the same developer as the great PictureShow. There’s nothing original about this app. Everything about it reminds me of Hipstamatic, except while I was testing this app, I kept thinking how Hipstamatic does everything so much better.
EXIF-fi (Photo GPS/EXIF viewer and editor) is a new, free photo app that quickly and easily allows you to edit or add some of the EXIF data that’s either in or missing from your images.
New Polaroid app Instant is a great throwback to not only a classic era in analog photography, but a solid photo app that successfully recreates the classic “instant photo” experience for iPhone. Here’s my hands-on review.
The ANYCASE Phone Tripod Mount is a great accessory. This versatile piece of gear lets you easily mount an iPhone 5, iPhone 4s/4 or just about any smartphone to a tripod with or without a case. Here’s my review of this slick accessory.
When I was shooting film, I thought accidental light leaks ruined many a photo for me. Now, I think intentional light leaks can complete a photo. There are several photo apps that add some nice light leak effects. Here’s my take on two of them, Osmo Leaker Pro and the new Light Leaker.
Tinge is a simple app that lets you easily add colored overlays to your images, giving them a very early 1970′s stark, mod style — almost a Warholesque Pop art style. I’ve got my review and free copies of the app. Read on….
CameraBag 2 is the successor to the original CameraBag. It’s now also a “freemium” photo app, but it’s excellent as is without any add ons.
Distressed FX is powered by the textures of Cheryl Tarrant, a texture artist from Tennessee. The app features dozens of separate color effects and texture overlays that you can easily combine. It’s FREE for a limited time for launch.