Before levels editing

Photogene's tools are along the left side of the phone when editing. Advanced tool options are displayed at the bottom when a tool is selected. This screenshot was taken before any editing was done to the photo.
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After levels editing

This screenshot was taken after the photo levels were edited manually. The histogram and automatic-levels button is at the bottom of the screen. Photogene's developer intends to add individual histograms for red, green, and blue in version 2.0.
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Straightening tool

Photogene lets you straighten slanted photos with its straighten tool. The developer plans to add a grid overlay for the straighten and crop tools in version 2.0.
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Heat map

The heat map feature can add an interesting effect to images.
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Sepia

Photogene has a sepia feature to give digital images a softer, antique look.
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Night vision

You, too, can see in the dark! Not really, but with the night vision feature, you can appear to take photos in the dark.
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Frames and borders

Photogene has 14 frames you can choose from to enhance your photos.
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Bubbles and annotations

It's a snap (well, more of a touch) to add speech boxes and annotations to images.
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Cropping tool

You can crop photos with Photogene: just manually select the region you'd like to crop to or constrain the image with preset ratios, like 1:1, 3:4, 4:3, and 3:2.
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Horizontal editing

When editing horizontal images, Photogene keeps the tools on the left side of the display to maximize your work area.
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