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Demo Photos

Facetune comes with a few demo photos for you to sharpen your editing skills on. Along the bottom you can see a few of the tools included in the app. Read editors' take
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Tutorials done right

Facetune gives you a quick rundown of how to use each tool. If you get lost, there's also a video within the app demonstrating how to use it. Read editors' take
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Patch tool

The Patch tool allows you to copy a section of the photo, and place it over a blemish, similar to the clone stamp found in Photoshop. Read editors' take
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Unlimited undo

At any point during editing, even after applying a tool, you can undo any changes you've made. The buttons along the bottom allow you to undo, redo, and reveal what the original photo looked like. Read editors' take
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Social Sharing

With Facetune you're given a long list of sharing options to show off your hard work. Read editors' take
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Before and after shared to Facebook

With select social networks, you're given the option to upload a before and after photo. Read editors' take
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