Best of Photography iOS Apps

Discover and download great Photography apps for iOS.

May 1st, 2018

Everyone has stories worth telling. Create and share compelling, visual stories with the music you love on Flipagram.

Recode
Flipagram, the video creation app that was once considered a serious threat to Instagram, has been acquired by Toutiao, a Chinese news aggregator, according to Flipagram CEO Farhad Mohit. Flipagram will retain its app and office and remain "completely independent," Mohit said. Recode previously reported that the two sides were in serious acquisition talks.
TechCrunch
Buzzy mobile video app Flipagram is raising $50 to $60 million in funding at a $300 million valuation. We're hearing from sources that Sequoia is in the round. The WSJ reported recently that Flipagram, which creates short video sets from photos set to music, was raising cash at a $300 million valuation.
1 Alternatives to Flipagram

Retrospecs

A pixel art image processing app for iOS

Retrospecs lets you convert images and videos so they appear as they would on a variety of home computers and consoles from the 70's, 80's and 90's.

PetaPixel
Do you yearn for a time when graphics were more pixelated and Betamax still had a chance? At times, we can't help but to reminisce about late 20th-century technology, which is why we have decided to take a close look at Retrospecs for iOS.
Creators
Take a nostalgia trip with the Retrospecs app, which emulates old school computing systems.
Laughing Squid
Retrospecs is an app by software developer John Parker that converts ordinary photos into retro computer or video game pixel art. Users can choose from a collection of fun filters to make their images look like they should be displayed on an 8-bit Commodore 64 computer, an old school Nintendo Game Boy, and more.
9 Alternatives to Retrospecs

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 :)
24 Alternatives to VSCO Cam 4.0

Screeny

Delete Unwanted Screenshots With Ease from your camera roll.

Screeny is the easiest way to delete unwanted space consuming screenshots from your iPhone and iPad

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!
3 Alternatives to Lightroom for mobile
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