What I like best about this photo editing app is that most of the filters are designed to make whites and colors that are already there pop, instead of darkening and adding color over top of your photo. I’ve found I usually don’t need to do any tweaking afterward. But if I do want to play with levels and such, there are a lot of tools available. The app is free with a few filters and all the tools, but I went ahead and splurged on the whole filter pack because I live life on the edge. Clearly.
This video app helps you organize and mashes together one second of video you film each day to create a video showcasing your year (or week, or vacation, or whatever length you choose). Obviously, you COULD do a project like this without the app, but this app makes it so easy to choose and cut clips, and it edits your seconds together for you, so I don’t see why you would want to. It’s easily worth the $2.99. I’ve been doing this since November 1st, and it’s been a really cool experience that helps me slow down and focus on the good in every day. I’m excited about seeing the finished project after a year has passed!
My favorite part about this free grocery list app is that it syncs between multiple phones, so Josh and I always have the same list no matter who has added items. If one of us is out and decides to run to the store, we don’t have to wrack our brains to remember what is or isn’t in the fridge. Much more efficient than trying to text lists to each other! Also, the option to group items according to aisle and the cross-out feature makes everything so simple when you’re at the store.