New IPhone Apps For Uploading & Editing Photos

editing-photos There seems to be no dearth of apps for iPhones. Popularity of iPhone among smart device geeks is perhaps encouraging developers to develop impressive apps for iPhone. IPhone users nonetheless are having a great time with these apps. According to a survey, conducted by RBC Capital and ChangeWave Research, 99 percent iPhone users are satisfied with this Apple babe, despite poor AT&T services. To enhance the happiness of iPhone users further, three new apps have been added to the iTunes App store for those users who love playing with the camera of this Apple device. The new iPhone apps PhotoScatter, iPicolo and iPicEd introduce a new dimension to the integrated camera and photo sharing features of the iPhone.

PhotoScatter
This iPhone app primarily targets those iPhone users who are always hooked to the social networking sites. PhotoScatter makes it extremely easy for these iPhone users to upload pictures snapped with their iPhone camera instantly on their favorite social network sites, such as Facebook, Photobucket, Picasa or Flickr. To share photos with friends, simply select the preferred picture. Next, select the site where you want to upload the picture. You can add a title and description to your picture and submit with the click of your finger.



Currently PhotoScatter supports only Facebook, Flickr, PhotoBucket, Shutterfly, Twitter and Picasa. Other photo sharing sites will be added in future editions of this app. PhotoScatter can be downloaded from iTunes App store for 99 cents. IPhone users, who purchase this app, will receive free updates in the future.

IPicolo
Moobla, the noted developer of iPhone apps, has introduced a photo-sharing app for iPhone. This Moobla app is quite similar to the PhotoScatter app. Just like PhotoScatter, IPicolo allows iPhone users to upload pictures on popular social networking sites on the go.



IPicEd
This is an image editing app for iPhone users. After loading this app, iPhone users can immediately start editing any picture taken with the iPhone camera. After completing the editing task, iPhone users can use iPicolo to upload the edited photo instantly to social networking sites such as Facebook, Picasa, Twitter or Flickr.






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