New Lighting Brushes

Touch the wrench icon in the upper left to select Lighting Brushes from the menu. From there you can "paint" the effect on your photos with your finger.
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Effects that work great

PhotoToaster lets you view mini previews of each effect and you can swipe to browse all 60 options.
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Easier texture selections

The new interface for textures lets you view a clearer preview of the type of texture you're using.
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New interface for borders

Similarly, in the borders section, you can view what the border will look like up close before you select it.
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Share your projects

PhotoToaster lets you share to all the popular social networks, but you can also now send your projects as postcards (for an additional fee).
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