Now that you know what to do with your zillion pictures on your iPhone, let’s play with your pictures with great apps that will correct, enhance your memories. Check those apps out!
1. Magic Frame, 0,99$, with paid upgrade to have more frames
Great to “tell a story” with selected pictures you put in a frame.
2. PS Express (Photoshop express), free
Easy to retouch pictures (light, colour, contrast, …), with this app you can retouch your pictures from your phone.
3. Notica, 0,99$
Immortalise good memories by creating a postcard.
4. Halftone, 0,99$
Give a comic style to your pictures with paper effects, borders, filters and dot sizes.
5. Radar Cast, 1,99$
This apps will tell you all about the weather wherever you are in the world but you’ll also be able to immortalize this great moment with a “Radar Cast”-picture to share with your friends and family. You can do the same with instaWeather but you won’t have the weather forecast…
6. Colorsplash, 0,99$
Apply the great black and white/colors pictures effect to your very own ones. Expect smashing results!
7. Camera +, 0,99$
Lots of manuals settings to be used when you take the focus (auto focus, zoom, exposure settings, continuous flash, self timer, advanced shooting modes, stabilizer … for those of you who don’t settle for standard options.
8. iPhoto, 4,99$
App created by Apple. With this app, you’ll be able to retouch pictures (light, color, sharp/blur, …), add effects to your pictures, but also create journals to share with family and friends (not really useful anymore with the built-in PhotoStream to share your pictures). I use it mainly to lightnen faces on pictures when too dark.
10. 360, 0,99$
Great app to complement the Panoramic option of your iPhone that will enable you to take 360 pictures. With a little bit of practice you’ll take smashing 360 pictures. Then you can “flatten” and save your pictures on your camera roll (less waouw-effect but still cool)
Don’t hesitate to combine the apps to create the best effect, for example here I took a picture that I transformed in black and white and only revealed the colors I wanted (color Snap app) then I saved it and imported in the Notica app to have it saved on the camera roll as a postcard.
PS: thanks to Mimi-the dag for her modeling in this article 😉