iPhoto for iOS Review: Photo Editing on the iPad Discussion

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    With iOS 5 last year, Apple brought some basic editing tools to the native Photos app in iOS. Now, with last week’s new iPad announcement and the introduction of iOS 5.1, the company released iPhoto for iOS, which brings a wealth of photo editing tools to the iPad and iPhone. The combination of these tools with a number of preset, Instagram-like filters results in an appealing app, particularly for the iPad, whose larger screen provides the room needed to manipulate your images. The app also introduces a couple of sharing features in addition to providing the usual options for sending photos to Facebook, Twitter and the like. 

    Before you can download the $4.99 app, you first must upgrade to iOS 5.1. And you&rsquo;ll need to have an iPhone 4, Phone 4S, an i<a target="_blank" title="Apple iPad 2 vs 'New' Apple iPad " href="http://www.tabletpcreview.com/default.asp?newsID=3102&amp;news=apple+ipad+2+new+apple+ipad">Pad 2, or the new iPad</a> (original iPad, older iPhone, and iPod Touch owners are out of luck). We are sure the app will look even more stunning and offer even finer control on the high-resolution Retina display of the third-generation iPad, but for this review we tested the app on an iPad 2.



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    great information thanks
     
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