Snap, filter, and share photos with iOS app Blipfoto

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Snap, filter, and share photos with iOS app Blipfoto

If this week’s news of Facebook tinkering with Instagram’s privacy policy before backpedaling has you heading for the exits, Flickr’s iOS app is probably your best bet for snapping, filtering, and sharing photos. But for a more disciplined approach, or if you’d like to start a photo-a-day 365 project, check out Blipfoto for iPhone .

(Credit: Screenshot by Matt Elliott/CNET)

Blipfoto features five buttons along the bottom: Camera, Newsfeed, Browse, Map, Search, and More. Camera mode lets you snap a shot or grab a photo from your Camera Roll. The only editing tools the app provides are 12 rather underwhelming filters, 5 of which are monochromatic. After selecting a filter (or none at all), you can then set the date; add a title, a description, tags, and GPS info; add to your Groups (which you can set up on the Blipfoto Web site but not on the iPhone app); and share via Facebook, Twitter, or e-mail.

(Credit: Screenshot by Matt Elliott/CNET)

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