Thanks to 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 sometimes the photo lives on.
FLTR is a smartphone photography magazine that not only keeps you up to speed on the latest advances, but highlights the best pictures from subscribers.
Want to keep that memory private? Post the photo on an actual wall, not a virtual one.
You’ve seen plenty of filters for your photos – but how about one that turns your shots into watercolors? Waterlogue pulls it off.
With the Screenshot Save Pro for Snapchat, users can save the supposedly ‘temporary’ pictures they’ve been sent – and they can do so without the sender knowing.
Printic lets you select digital photos, print them out in the style of an old Polaroid shot and mail them to whomever you’d like.
500px is another photo sharing app, but it’s one that focuses on truly gorgeous shots.
Cooliris helps organize your photos, letting you share them and browse through them in an attractive, logical way.
Zombibooth lets you instantly transform your picture into a 3D animated zombie
The SnapSave app lets you save SnapChat sessions without notifying the other party.
Do you have a website on which you put stock photos you got from Google images? You could be committing copyright infringement.
ProCollage lets you put together a collage of the pictures on your phone.
Have a photo you want to give an old school look – or perhaps hide a guilty party? While it’s not hard to find a filter to help with that, Pixel Face does so in a retro gaming way.
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.