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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Photo Manager Pro by Linkus runs the gamut of features: This $2.99 app lets you organize photos and videos, insert captions, customize folders, transfer files, create presentations, share photos on Facebook, add a layer of security and more. To improve the organization of your photos and videos, go wild with your folders and subfolders: Customize your folder color and/or background style; drag and drop folders for better order -- and in turn, drag and drop photos for a more sensible organization. Maximize the app's efforts and use its star rating logic to further organize your photos. Photo Manager Pro enables file transfer among your iOS devices over Wi-Fi, and it also supports FTP transfer, iTunes file sharing, and import/export to and from Apple's own Photos app.
Security-wise, Photo Manager Pro gives you the option of locking down the app itself with a passcode -- and individually passcode-locking individual folders. Furthermore, the app will track break-in attempts and display a log of recorded break-ins. Photo Manager Pro is available for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, and it requires iOS 4.3 or later.
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