Photo Software – 09 Feb 2010

Latest photo editing software posted on 09 February 2010;

Fuzzyshot Photo Blog 2.1
Fuzzyshot lets you organize your photos by post title. For example, if you’re at an event, create a new post title and start uploading photos to that entry for all your friends and family to see.

NearPics 1.0
NearPics is a simple, fun app for the iPhone & iPod Touch that lets you easily see some photographs taken near to where you are right now.

SnapMyLife 1.6
SnapMyLife is the best way to immediately share and view photos from around the world on your iPhone or iPod Touch. The free SnapMyLife application from the Apple Store enables you to take a photo and upload it directly to SnapMyLife. It includes new location tagging and interactive picture maps, so you can easily see what’s going on around you right now.

ezimba 3.7
ezimba is a fun and easy-to-use image conversion tool for your iPhone. Edit and transform your photographs with literally hundreds of entertaining operations.

ConfettiArt 1.1
Use the confetti brush to create original artwork or embellish your photos.

Panoramatic 360
Panoramatic 360 lets you create panoramic photos with iPhone photocamera or with the photos in the Photo Album (so it can be used also with iPod Touch). The panoramic photo is build with high resolution images and saved in
the internal Album, so to keep the real size.


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