Here’s the list of top 5 photo and video apps for iPhone.
In a nutshell, Viddy is an Instagram-like solution for casual videographers. Like its popular photography counterpart, the app allows users to capture, edit and then share 15-second video clips with the Viddy community. Viddy comes with advanced camera controls like focus, white balance settings, audio metering and more. For the adventurous, the app offers a pool of visual effects, transitions, and music to edit into their clips. To complete your Viddy experience, add creative titles to your finished product, geo-tag it with Foursquare and share your video on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
If you like to add analog effects to your photos, check out Lens+. You can preview the lens/film effects in real time, and they can be applied to both photos and videos. The 29 filters include Color Dodge, Cross Process, Lomographic, Goth, Duo Sepia, HOLGA, Super 8mm, Pinhole, and many others.
Don’t like Instagram? Check out Pixlr-o-matic. Apart from being a camera app, it lets you add an effect, overlay or border to your image in three simple steps. Alternatively, let the randomizer decide for you. After that, share your masterpiece through Facebook, imm.io, Dropbox, iTunes, Flickr, or email.
Pro HDR ($1.99)
Pro HDR doesn’t just help you take great HDR images; it helps you take great images period. It captures two images of one scene with different exposures, then automatically aligns and blends the two for an unbelievable photo.
Take a picture of yourself everyday with Everyday, and at the end of a week, month or year you’ll have an incredible time-lapse movie of yourself. Everyday makes this easy, helping you to align your shots with a grid or overlay, reminding you daily to take a shot.