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With Manual for iOS, automatic settings need not apply

Pro photographers are going to love the manual controls, but the app is unnecessarily difficult to work with.

3 hours ago
3.5 stars Very good

Scribd gives you unlimited e-books, with a few caveats

For $9 per month, you can read any number of e-books, with no due date. However, you can't get your hands on new releases.

5 days ago
4.5 stars Outstanding

Randomize your retro photos with just a tap

Retrica is a retro filter photo app that has so many filters, even in the free version, that you'll be overwhelmed with choices.

6 days ago
3.5 stars Very good

Adobe gently improves Photoshop Elements 13 (hands-on)

If you're looking for gee-whiz features, you won't find them here. But there are still some nice enhancements.

8 days ago

Adobe Premiere Elements 13 provides useful, but not essential enhancements

While the updates to its Shake Stabilizer is welcome, the rest of the program's updates don't feel terribly compelling.

8 days ago

Tastemade turns you into a video reviewer

An app that's taken awhile to gain traction is finally hitting its stride, letting you make short video segments about the places and restaurants you love.

8 days ago
4 stars Excellent

iOS 8 is an overall improvement, but mostly won't change the way you use your device.

The latest upgrade to Apple's mobile operating system comes with a ton of new features that will be appreciated across the board, but the best features may still be yet to come.

14 days ago

Instagram's Hyperlapse shoots steady time-lapse videos

This new video app makes time-lapse video easy, but that's all it can do.

19 days ago
3.5 stars Very good

Weotta tells you what you ought to do tonight

There are several apps for finding things to do, but Weotta draws from several sources to give you a comprehensive list of happenings in your area.

20 days ago
4 stars Excellent
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