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There’s also an option to purchase an additional "camera pack", which costs £2.39 and includes a noise-reduction filter, self-timer and preview option. I have to say that I wasn’t wildly impressed by the camera pack, but the free app has found itself a spot on the ‘fun apps’ screen on my iPad.

Adobe Photoshop Express

Plenty of effects filters are included

The iPad’s touch-sensitive screen feels far more natural than using a mouse to perform simple editing tasks – and you can put your feet up on the sofa while you work too. ®

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Edit snaps straight from the camera (left) but you'll have to pay extra for timed shots (right)

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Basic but free set of photo editing and adjustment tools.
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