It's generally acknowledged that the iPad 2's cameras are awful. They're
horribly low-res, leaving still images looking grainy, lacking in
detail and usually flat-out bad. Snapseed is an app that can make taking
photos seem worthwhile, or at least fun. And it works wonders with the
superior iPhone 4 and 4S snappers.
Snapseed is an intelligent
image processing tool that lets you fix photographic blunders, such as
over-exposed, off-centre, under-saturated shots, or those in need of
cropping. It does a lot more besides, too. You can add a tilt shift
effect, selective focusing, plenty of retro camera filters and neat
effects that add drama or a grungy look to your shots.