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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PhotoSocial's free Photoful syncs up with your iPhone's camera roll. Then, from the app's photo gallery, you can use gestures to view and organize your photos: Slide your finger across rows of images to select or deselect them; flick a photo to the left of your screen to toss it (don't worry, the Undo option appears immediately!); push photos off to the other side to share via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, email or SMS.
Your photos are grouped together by date, and you can name albums by tapping their date, or edit album names with a single tap. You can also tag one photo or five dozen photos easily. In addition, Photoful includes built-in editing tools from Aviary and postcard prints from Sincerely. With Apple's new OS on the horizon, PhotoSocial touts Photoful as the app that picks up where iOS 7's native "Photos" leaves off, giving users more control over their photo collections. Photoful is compatible with the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad running iOS 5.0 or later.
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