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The Style Mermaid | Kisty Mea • Best iPhone Photo Apps (2013 Edition)
An updated list of my favorite iPhone photo apps. 95% of the time, these are the apps responsible for the photos I post on Instagram. 

Afterlight - Formerly known as Afterglow. It’s a powerful image editing app with over 100 of filters and textures. This is currently my second favorite photo editor app.Cost: $0.99 and so worth it. 
VSCO Cam - My favorite right now. I love the filters created bythe VSCO team, so much that I also bought their Film 2 and 4 (which I’ve been using for my England posts). THE BUNDLE IS WORTH IT. Cost: Free, but the bundle cost $5.99. The price is worth it for the quality and output. 
Instagram - Of course. What’s the point of taking iPhone photos if you won’t be able to share it real-time? I’m not a big fan of their filters but the community’s great. Follow me, yeah? Cost: Free
Classic Insta - My “food and product” app. I constantly find myself using this app if I want to feature our meal or recent hauls. Cost: $1.99
Hello Camera - I don’t know what’s the difference but this is like an improved version of Camera 360. I use this for my selfies, when I’m having a bad skin day. Cost: $0.99. 
A Beautiful Mess - An app created by Elsie and Emma of the award-winning lifestyle blog, A Beautiful Mess. Not a favorite but I like to use this app for the handmade feel of the stickers, borders and handwriting. Not that worth it though. Cost: $0.99
Incredibooth - A photobooth in your pocket. In my opinion, this is the ultimate selfie app. Well, I like using this app when I’m being vain. I also prefer this app than the Pocketbooth. Cost: $0.99 and worth it if you’re into selfies, lol
PicFrame - I use this app to combine multiple images in one photo a.k.a. a photo collage. Cost: $0.99, but I believe I got this app for free. 
Whitagram - If I’m not editing a photo using Afterlight, I use this to upload portraits and landscape photos. Cost: Free… I think.
Over - This and Phoster is my favorite when it comes to adding texts on photos. But unlike Phoster, Over has more freedom and options. Cost: $1.99

In case you’re interested, you can read my old iPhone apps review/list here.

Best iPhone Photo Apps (2013 Edition)

An updated list of my favorite iPhone photo apps. 95% of the time, these are the apps responsible for the photos I post on Instagram. 

Afterlight - Formerly known as Afterglow. It’s a powerful image editing app with over 100 of filters and textures. This is currently my second favorite photo editor app.
Cost: $0.99 and so worth it. 

VSCO Cam - My favorite right now. I love the filters created bythe VSCO team, so much that I also bought their Film 2 and 4 (which I’ve been using for my England posts). THE BUNDLE IS WORTH IT.
Cost: Free, but the bundle cost $5.99. The price is worth it for the quality and output. 

Instagram - Of course. What’s the point of taking iPhone photos if you won’t be able to share it real-time? I’m not a big fan of their filters but the community’s great. Follow me, yeah? 
Cost: Free

Classic Insta - My “food and product” app. I constantly find myself using this app if I want to feature our meal or recent hauls.
Cost: $1.99

Hello Camera - I don’t know what’s the difference but this is like an improved version of Camera 360. I use this for my selfies, when I’m having a bad skin day.
Cost: $0.99. 

A Beautiful Mess - An app created by Elsie and Emma of the award-winning lifestyle blog, A Beautiful Mess. Not a favorite but I like to use this app for the handmade feel of the stickers, borders and handwriting. Not that worth it though. 
Cost: $0.99

Incredibooth - A photobooth in your pocket. In my opinion, this is the ultimate selfie app. Well, I like using this app when I’m being vain. I also prefer this app than the Pocketbooth. 
Cost: $0.99 and worth it if you’re into selfies, lol

PicFrame - I use this app to combine multiple images in one photo a.k.a. a photo collage.
Cost: $0.99, but I believe I got this app for free. 

Whitagram - If I’m not editing a photo using Afterlight, I use this to upload portraits and landscape photos.
Cost: Free… I think.

Over - This and Phoster is my favorite when it comes to adding texts on photos. But unlike Phoster, Over has more freedom and options.
Cost: $1.99

In case you’re interested, you can read my old iPhone apps review/list here.

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  2. flairey said: I used to use Whitagram before (bec Squareready’s UI is atrocious) but I found that it doesn’t upload in high res. Normally not a big deal for some ppl but I found it annoying. I use InstaSize now. It uploads in high res and the UI is fab. Btw, gr8 post!
  3. aieos said: VSCO! :)
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