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Best manual camera apps for iPhone

Built-in Camera app on your iPhone just isn't enough? The App Store is full of alternatives to take your photography to new levels!

Whether you just want to take more stunning shots in general, or need to focus on something more specific, like HDR or long exposure photography, there are tons of third party camera apps to choose from. A lot even offer manual controls for things such as exposure and focus. Want more control over file output? You can have that too. No matter what your iPhone photography needs are, there's something for everyone. As with most apps, manual camera apps aren't always one size fits all.

Follow along and we'll help you figure out which manual camera app is the best for you!

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How to use iCloud's Family Sharing with Photos for OS X

You can't sync your entire iCloud Photo Library with your family, but you can still share images with them.

While iCloud Photo Library supports syncing your photos, videos, and albums across your own personal devices, it doesn't offer an option to sync everything to a family member's device: After all, do you really want to share every photo or video you've ever taken with your family? Probably not.

As such, if you have Family Sharing enabled, you'll still have your own Photos library. But that doesn't mean you can't still share images with each other easily. Here are three options I've been using to keep my family in the loop.

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Waltr for Mac lets you drag-and-drop Flash video files and more onto your iPhone

Waltr, a Mac app that lets you drag-and-drop multiple file formats such as MKV and FLAC onto your iPhone or iPad, has received a large update, adding full subtitle support and new format compatibility.

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iTunes 12.1.2 update improves compatibility with Photos for Mac

Apple has released a new version of iTunes for Mac with improved compatibility with the new Photos app.

iTunes 12.1.2 adds better support for syncing photos from Photos for Mac, released as part of OS X 10.10.3.

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Snapseed hits version 2.0 with new tools, filters and more

Photo editing app Snapseed gets its first major update since 2013 with version 2.0, adding a number of new editing tools to help you get the most out of your photos.

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Mophie launches new storage-expanding cases for iPhone 6, iPad mini

Accessory-maker Mophie has announced a number of new additions to its Space lineup, to go along with the latest release of their Space application.

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How to use Photos for OS X with multiple Macs

Photos for OS X is great for pictures and videos on the Mac, but how does it work with multiple Macs?

I've had a multi-Mac household pretty much since college, rocking a laptop and desktop in addition to miscellaneous iOS devices throughout the years. Dropbox and iCloud sync made most of the pains of using several Macs disappear, but iPhoto was always a problem. My laptop is tiny! My iPhoto library, not so much.

Thankfully, Photos for OS X — paired with iCloud Photo Library's Optimize Storage feature — makes working with and syncing multiple Macs a breeze. Here's how you can do it.

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How to use Faces in Photos for OS X

Want to quickly find pictures of yourself, your friends, and your family members within your Photos for OS X library? Check out the Faces album.

Face detection is nothing new when it comes to digital photography: Facebook, iPhoto, and countless other programs and websites have offered it in years past. Photos for OS X carries on that proud tradition with an updated version of Faces in the app.

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iTranslate Voice 3.0 will save and sync your favorite phrases

iTranslate Voice has been updated to version 3.0, and now lets you save your most-used phrases for quick and easy access.

Phrasebook in iTranslate Voice, one of our favorite translation apps lets you save commonly-used phrases, letting you easily access them when you need them.

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Facebook brings Messenger to a standalone site for web browsers

Messenger has launched as a standalone web site, but it won't be disappearing from Facebook's core site.

Messenger, Facebook's messaging platform, is now available as a standalone service on the web. In the past users had to use Facebook's website to message their friends and family, but starting today they can do so without all the extra distractions.

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