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Photolemur 2.2 Spectre

Fully automated photo enhancer powered by AI

The world's first automated photo enhancement solution for Mac and Windows. It runs on artificial intelligence, uses image recognition, and a little bit of real-world magic. With the new Opacity Slider, the power of control is in your hands. You are to decide what level of enhancement the photo should have.

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VSCO Cam 4.0

Standard in mobile photography - now on iPad

Sambruce Joseph- Product Designer
VSCO has some pretty dope filters
Aleksandra- Maker @ Cittalabs, Tealosophy
Depends on what are you looking for, sure. VSCO is all about the great community, and probably the best app for photo editing & sharing.
John Ababseh- Epiphany Enthusiast
I use Vsco Cam for my images, there a bunch of great layout options editing styles you can create even with the free version. You can also journal publish your images and see what the image is doing to get inspiration :)
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Amaël Sikel- Aspiring Android developer
Don't know what it gives on iOS, but on Android it's the best one I've used so far
Quinn
Snapseed, hands down. Miles ahead of the competition in UX and general ease-of-use, which is a regrettably low bar for the space.
Kate- Community @Tierion
When it comes to "beautifying" photos (messing with ANY contrast, saturation, vignettes, etc), Snapseed is my go-to. They also have an expansive catalogue of funky filters to layer and play with (make your pics look "old-timey", etc) that far outshadow VSCO or Afterlight (their closest competition IMO).
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Lightroom CC from Adobe

Perfect your photography from shoot to finish.

The Verge
Adobe's best photography management and editing app is evolving in a big way today. The company announced an all new cloud-connected version of Lightroom with a more approachable look and feel, and a deep connection to the mobile app that will let you progressively edit a photo in near real time across multiple devices.
Engadget
To be clear, because Adobe's new naming system is pretty darn confusing, Lightroom CC is a series of apps app and a service. As Adobe describes it, Lightroom CC "is designed to be a cloud-based ecosystem of apps that are deeply integrated and work together seamlessly across desktop, mobile and web."
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Lightroom for mobile

Edit, organize, and share images anywhere, anytime

Nick Coates- Building Podclub
I use Lightroom for iOS (for some reason no one has submitted the iOS app on PH) so have linked the Android version - but it's available in the App Store. It helps organise and edit photos in a pro way - and on the go! (plus Desktop version).
Mariana Luiz- designer
Edit exposure, contrast and other light and color adjustments, add effects and crop your photos. It even includes lens correction and, with a Creative Cloud subscription, you can edit selectively, sync photos across devices and edit your photos in raw.
Kesava Mandiga- Curious cat. Writer. Explorer.
Just getting started on using Lightroom following a friend's recommendation. It's a little different to what I'm used to (Snapseed for the win!) but it does have a few great features that make photos look like they were taken by a pro!
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What are your must-have Mac apps/utilities?

Victor V. Basyul
Alfred 3 - The Mac's best launcher just got a whole lot better
"The powerpack makes it awesome, with snippets and workflows"
Magnet 2.0 - Window manager for Mac
"Massive increase in efficiency and happiness by using this app."
Numi - A beautiful calculator app for Mac
"Beautiful smart calculator for macOS"
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