It has a boatload of functions, which will let you fix and enhance your digital images without having to offload them to another image editor on a Mac or PC.
Here's some of the functionality:
- Enhance photos with color adjustment and sharpen tools
- Crop and straighten photos
- Add text balloons
- Create a variety of frames
- Adjust Histogram
- Correct Gamma
- Increase/decrease saturation
- Adjust color temperature
- Multiple undo and redo
Some of the icons are not obvious in function, but they are quickly learned. I would have liked to see noise reduction among the features, but the developer has created a separate app called NoiseBlaster [App Store] that removes noise from iPhone images. It's an additional $0.99, but I would have liked it included in Photogene.
Photogene works on the iPod touch as well, but you'll have to import images since the touch has no built in camera, at least not yet.
At US$2.99 it's hard to go wrong if you use your iPhone camera as much as I do.