VSCO Cam is excellent for editing your images with an intuitive interface and precise tools, and new syncing and Journal features make it even better.

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The Grid

The Grid lets you look at photos from other VSCO users curated by the VSCO team. I like the attention to the content showing big images that are easy to browse through, but I'd like to see more feedback features and ways to explore all the content.

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The Journal

New in version 4.0, the Journal lets you lay out your photo projects and describe the experience in a magazine-like interface.

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Your light table

With VSCO Cam you can bring in photos you've already taken or snap a new one. The light-table screen is where you can browse your photos and decide what you want to do with them.

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Editing photos on iPad

With the upgraded iPad version, you can edit photos with the filters within thumbs reach on the left, and a slider to adjust the intensity on the right.

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Side-by-side filters

When you want to see how the filters look side by side, you can touch a grid-shaped button at the bottom, then view your image with each of the available filters.

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