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Fresh photo or library?

When you're on the screen where you can take a photo, simply swipe downward to select a picture from your photo library. Read editors' take
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Choose filters

You only get nine filters to choose from and none of them are particularly dramatic. But as you select each one, it elegantly zooms in to give you a closer look, with another tap to bring you back to the grid. It's a simple and smooth experience. Read editors' take
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A closer look

When you touch a filter, it zooms in so you can decide if it's the look you want to use. Read editors' take
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Familiar share sheets

Just like many apps on iOS, Analog Camera uses share sheets to send your photo to Facebook or Twitter. Read editors' take
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Add your own tweaks

Though Analog Camera doesn't have many effects on its own, you can always open the image in another app and tweak it as much as you want. Read editors' take
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