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There are almost a million apps available in the App Store, alone. Then, throw Google Play and the Android Marketplace, and we're far above the 2 million mark.

With that many options, finding the best app for a job can be really difficult. You might have to try out a handful of camera apps before finding one that has all the features you want. And, if you're new to iPhoneography or any sort of mobile media production, you might not even know what to look for.

One of the top questions I get is, “Which app do you recommend for this or that?” But, I don't have a set answer. Even if I find an app I like, a software or app update could make the app unsuitable for my needs overnight. Maybe there's a feature they've removed, or a compatibility glitch between app and device. And sometimes, the good old apps can become irrelevant as people put better apps on the market. So, instead, I'm going to share three posts this week outlining the top features you should look for in a camera app, a photo editing app and a video camera app.

Tomorrow, camera apps. Stay tuned! We'll be here all week.

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