What app you using to work with photos in your iPad

Discussion in 'iPad Apps' started by albert2k, Apr 23, 2012.

  1. albert2k

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    I'm looking one or two good applications to work with my iPad in my picture. I don't want to purchase an application to not use. I appreciated any recommendation.
     
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    Photo apps for the iPad seem to fall into several categories, e.g. apps that help to sort & organize a photo collection and those that are used to crop & manipulate the images, such as changing colors, removing red-eye, etc. There are many choices but the two that I use most often in the latter category are: Photogene (Check HERE) & Snapseed (Check HERE) - inexpensive and well recommended!

    Good luck in your choices - :)
     
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    I'm looking for Photogene that looks to be ok. I already use Snapseed and is too light. Thanks for answer.
     
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    iPhoto, photo toaster, and color effects cover all my needs including cropping, photo tweaking photo effects, organizing photos, and social sharing of photos.

    As mentioned photo apps abound and most have lite versions so you can try before you buy.

    The big boys are instagram, snap seed, and iPhoto from what I've observed. Personally photo toaster and color effects are the ones I use most of the time. iPhoto gives me some additional tools to do selective tweaking on an area of a problem photo that the other do not, or if they donive yet to discover how to use them!
     
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    I use both of them and like Photogene. When I had a question, I wrote to their support and had an answer back within the hour. Since their explanation didn't help, I e-mailed back with a screen shot and again had an answer which solved my problem. It's one of the quickest customer support I have experienced.
     

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