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Browse effect books

Flip through the effects books at the bottom that are divided up into categories such as Classics, Vintage, Textures, and Space. Read full review
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More effects, please

To get the layered effect look, hit the layer button (second from right) to add another. Read full review
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Don't overdo it

While two or three effects can produce great results, there is a point at which it gets a bit out of hand. Read full review
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Slider for intensity

Touch your photo and use the slider on the right to change the opacity of the current effect. Read full review
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Sharing options

When you're finished you can share your image with Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, and Flickr, or via e-mail. In my testing, using the Open With option crashed the app every time. Read full review
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