Is your iPhone's Photo Stream turning into a deluge? Use these apps to edit, organize and share pictures and videos.
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Hedonic Software's imaginatively named Albums aims to be the catchall manager for your photos, videos and even documents. The $1.99 app enables the wireless transfer of your files to and from your computer (and mobile devices), using a Web browser or Dropbox. You can set up an unlimited number of albums and sub-albums, with support for all the major image formats, iOS video formats, animated GIFs, PDFs and Microsoft Office, among others.
Albums lets you establish smart albums, which will automatically sort files according to titles, keywords or metadata such as date, media type, resolution and aspect ratio. The app's slideshow function allows you to blend photos with videos, run a loop, shuffle, play back video in slow motion or fast motion, add TV out (for iPad and iPhone 4 or later) and more. On the user account front, you can create custom accounts with separate libraries -- with the ability to move files between accounts -- and you also get a guest account. Albums works on the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod Touch (third, fourth and fifth generations) and the iPad. The app requires iOS 5.0 or later.
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