Looking for a place to keep all of your kid’s pictures and big moments? Oogababy may have a funny name, but it’s a good repository for stories, videos and photos.
You’ve probably got photos all over the place – on your phone, Facebook and Twitter. Ever wanted to just have ‘em all in one place? Cooliris lets you do that.
FaceTune is an instant photo editor that touches up your photos like a pro, smoothing skin, removing stray hairs and even coloring your gray hairs, if you’d like.
Capturing a picture when things are moving fast is tough to do. Fast Camera, though, makes that a lot easier – as it shoots up to 800 pictures in a minute.
You’ve got lots of pictures and movies on your phone. Qwiki can make a compilation of them – and put it to music.
Clone Camera lets you shoot self-shots, then add multiple versions of yourself to the background.
The Marksta app lets you put a watermark on your photos before you put them on a social media site – letting you retain control and keep would-be photo thieves at bay.
Thanks to new apps like snapchat or poke, people are able to send what they believe to be self-deleting photos of themselves that disappear in 5 seconds. But those photos could come back to haunt them.
Instagram can put just about any filter you want on a picture you take with your cellphone, but if you want to add a caption, you’ve historically been out of luck. Now, there’s another option.
You’ve probably seen those photobooks that online sites make from photos you upload, but Mosaic takes things a step further.
Forget all those filter apps, if you really want to have fun with photos, FaceGoo is the way to do it.
The Faking It photo exhibit puts your eyes to the test, as you try to figure out which photos are real and which aren’t.
Mirrorgram lets you add a mirroring technique to digital photos you have or are currently taking, creating funky images unlike those generated by other filters.
If you’re looking for something a little different than Instagram, EyeEm might be worth a look.
It’s easy to shoot photos on your Smartphone, but if you want to add comments, arrows, circles or other notes, you generally need to get pretty familiar with Photoshop. Skitch, though, simplifies the process.