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3/12/2012
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iPhoto For iOS Is A Bargain At $4.99

If you enjoy photography, iPhoto for iOS could be the best $4.99 you've ever spent on an iPhone or iPad app.
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Apple announced iPhoto for iOS along with the new iPad on March 7. Even if you're not interested in photography, iPhoto for iOS is so good it just might turn you into a shutterbug. The built-in Photos app for iPhone and iPad gained simple editing features with the iOS 5 update last year. The new iPhotos app goes far beyond those features but is still easy to learn and use. In this whirlwind tour we'll show you just a few of the app's powerful photo editing features.

COMPATIBILITY NOTE: iPhoto for iOS works only with the iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPad 2, and the new third-generation iPad.

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