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We haven't had this much fun sliding since we were 5 years old.
With an underwhelming 2.0 megapixel camera and bare-bones photo app, the iPhone isn't exactly a photographer's BFF. Photogene puts them on speaking terms with its powerful, simple, image editing tools. You can make decorative changes with a neat array of frames and symbols, and using a range of sliders, you can adjust the whole image.
Photoshop junkies and Flickr freaks will love the fine-tuning saturation slider, robust color-balancing levels, and bona-fide cropping tool. Photos can be be rotated and sharpened, and adjustments can be overlapped and tweaked until your masterpiece is complete. A handy multiple undo button lets you experiment without ruining your project.
Despite its array of powerful instruments, however, Photogene keeps it simple, with a left-docked toolbar and auto-saving of ongoing projects. We wish Photogene had a few more options, though--such as a blur filter or smudge tool that lets you literally smear your photos--but even with a limited toolset, Photogene will dress your iPhone-challenged photos for success.If you're an amateur iPhone photographer, Photogene will help you look less amateur and more like a photographer.