Applications

Best Photo Editing Apps for iPhone in 2018

You have taken photos with your iPhone smartphone, but now you need a photo editing application to edit them. The best iPhone photo editing apps you can use with iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and other iOS-based smartphones will be your key to have great pictures!

2018’s best photo editing apps

With our iOS apps in our list, you can edit photos in professional level. With photo editing applications that offer plenty of filters and effects, and a variety of tools, you can be sure to look great on social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram. Here are the best iPhone photo editing applications of the year 2018 that you can download from the App Store.

Snapseed

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Snapseed that has been discovered and purchased by Google has a great user interface for photo editing. The blurred background effect for portraits, and the fine adjustments you can apply to specific areas of the photo reveal eye-catching results. Filters, artistic effects and frames let you enrich your photos. Free Snapseed is a must for photo editing!

Enlight

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Enlight that won the Apple Design Award in 2017, offers a full range of photo editing tools. The application is notable with cropping, sizing, repositioning and advanced retouching features.

Dual exposure, perfect black and white conversion, analog and binary filters, masks and special curves control will be the key to manipulate your pictures. The Smart Photo Correction feature also instantly corrects overexposed or under-exposed photos.

Afterlight 2

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Afterlight 2, a completely updated version of the popular Afterlight application, stands out with its better user interface and brand new features. The application provides advanced photo editing experience with its advanced tools, dust and light penetration fill, text insertion, filter collection and filter editing details.

We can also see the dual exposure feature in this application. You can also see all the details of your arrangements with full size zoom. There is no need to buy in-app later once you get the paid app.

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Apple News, Applications

Apple reveals 2017’s most popular apps, music, movies and more

Apple has unveiled its 2017 charts and trends, celebrating the most popular apps, music, movies, TV shows, books and podcasts across the App Store, Apple Music, iTunes, iBooks and Apple Podcasts. Editors and curators from Apple Music, App Store and iTunes highlight great content from indie artists and developers from around the globe.

Music

On Apple Music, Drake tops album of the year with “More Life,” while Ed Sheeran’s “Shape of You” gets top song honors. Taylor Swift’s album “reputation” has already shot up to #3 on the 2017 US top album charts, despite having only been available for a short period of time. Apple Music Up Next 2017 artists Khalid, Daniel Caesar and 6LACK all earned GRAMMY nominations as part of their success this year.

Apps

App Store editors identify four breakout trends in app culture for 2017: the introduction of AR (augmented reality) apps and games, the rise of real-time competitive gaming, apps focused on mental health and mindfulness and apps transforming storytelling and reading.

iTunes Movies

The top movie of the year was “Moana,” followed by “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” and “Wonder Woman.” iTunes is leading the charge toward 4K HDR content, with most of the top charting movies already available in 4K HDR as well as classics and holiday favorites like the Harry Potter series, “Home Alone,” “Office Christmas Party” and “Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas.”

iTunes TV

Drama is the genre dominating the iTunes TV charts this year, with favorites like “Game of Thrones” and “The Walking Dead” topping the year. New series driving the charts this year were HBO’s “Big Little Lies,” NBC’s “This Is Us,” PBS’s “Victoria” and FX’s “The Americans.”

Apple Podcasts

“Fresh Air” remains the most downloaded podcast of the year. Daily news has proven a popular genre, with new podcasts this year like “The Daily” from the New York Times and “Up First” from NPR charting in the most downloaded podcasts of the year. True crime continues to drive listenership with top shows like “A Murder On Orchard Street,” “Dirty John” and “S-Town.”

Books

This year’s iBooks fiction charts were filled with titles adapted into TV shows including “The Handmaid’s Tale” and “Big Little Lies,” as well as “feel-good” fiction such as “Before We Were Yours.” “Hillbilly Elegy” topped the nonfiction charts, leading a wave of titles on current events and politics.

iTunes U

Computer science was a huge area of interest in 2017, with the top three courses on iTunes U focusing on learning to code and developing apps with Swift. Popular courses this year covered the breadth of human curiosity, from the language of music to human emotions to personal finance to machine learning.

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Apple News, Applications

Selfie Scenes for immersive, 360-degree selfies on iPhone X

Apple just recently announced a major update to Clips, the free app for iOS that makes it easy to create and share fun videos using iPhone or iPad. Clips introduces Selfie Scenes and adds artistic style transfer effects and a redesigned interface that makes it easier than ever to create great videos on the go.

Selfie Scenes is an exciting new feature that places users into animated, 360-degree scenes when recording selfies. Using the sophisticated TrueDepth camera system on iPhone X, Selfie Scenes transports users into bustling cities, serene landscapes, abstract paintings and even the Millennium Falcon and Mega-Destroyer from “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.”

“Clips users love how quick and easy it is to create amazing videos on iPhone or iPad,” said Susan Prescott, Apple’s vice president of Apps Product Marketing. “And we’re making it even more fun with Selfie Scenes. By harnessing the incredible new TrueDepth camera system on iPhone X, users can now record selfies against a variety of fun and whimsical backdrops with just a tap.”

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New Effects and Stickers with better interface

New artistic effects use advanced machine learning and style transfer technology to turn any photo or video into a moody oil painting, vibrant watercolor or elegant pencil sketch — in real time while recording. Clips also adds more content from Disney, including full-screen posters featuring Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse, as well as Star Wars stickers featuring animated versions of Princess Leia, Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader, Chewbacca and others. Users can also add more personality to their Clips videos with 16 new Apple-designed stickers and 21 new royalty-free soundtracks from indie artists. And, as with all Clips soundtracks, these new tracks automatically adjust to match the length of videos.

The easy-to-use interface gets even better with a streamlined design that puts frequently used controls easily within reach. A new Effects browser lets users view and choose filters, labels, stickers and emoji. Labeled buttons make it easier than ever to edit Live Titles, add or change filters, trim, mute and delete clips. And full-screen browsers allow users to see more of their content when viewing their photo library or selecting animated posters.