Google’s much-maligned social network is leagues above the rest when it comes to photo-sharing tools and privacy controls.
If you're looking for a photo-editing app, and don't need (or don't want) Adobe's 800-pound gorilla, here are some other options.
Android Photographers may be hopeful for the new deep-integration of raw and burst mode in KitKat, but iOS and Windows still do it better.
It turns out that Android's forlorn, overlooked Gallery app is a pretty powerful editor.
From now until December 2, you too can subscribe to both Photoshop CC and Lightroom 5 for just $10 a month.
The new mobile version of iPhoto retains all of the great features it got last year, plus it works more smoothly and picks up a few new tricks.
New version lacks creative spark and hides too many improvements under the hood.
Google showed off 18 new features to its slow-growing social network in an effort to convince photographers of its awesomeness.
New versions of iPhoto tighten integration between Apple hardware, desktop, and cloud services.
It has interchangeable lenses and in-camera retouching, plus built-in Wi-Fi for easy Instagramming.
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