Make dramatic changes to images

Fragment has a large selection of shapes called "fragments" that you can overlay your images with for unique results. In this picture, note the swipeable navigation bar of shapes at the bottom.
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Extra controls

From the same image-editing window, you can swipe up from the bottom to get to common controls such as brightness or contrast, and there's a wheel for selecting different colors.
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Color explosion

Though I went a little crazy here with bright colors, you can swipe the color wheel at the bottom for much finer adjustments.
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Toggle at the top

The circle at the top of the screen lets you toggle between editing the photo alone, and editing the fragment that overlays it.
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Share or keep working

When you're done with your project, you can share it via all the usual social-networking services or open it in other supported photo effects apps on your iOS device.
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