PhotoToaster 3.0 is launching very soon, adding better photo management, even more presets than before, and noise reduction options.
There are tons of image editors in the App Store, but PhotoToaster is easy to recommend with a slick and simple interface, helpful menus to get you started, and extremely impressive results.
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Whether you want to add filters to your photos or adjust the finer details like color levels and saturation, we've got a collection of apps with all the right tools.
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An image manipulation app that was popular on the Mac is now available for iOS, so I put together a collection of similar apps to compare them.
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