Most of us are acquiring loads of images on our computers and iOS devices. Many are pretty dull, spur-of-the moment photos that are taken and forgotten.
Photo Sense (US$33.99) is a nifty, automated photo editing app for OS X that can bring forgotten photos back to life. It's great for those that don't want a high-end app's expense or steep learning curve. Photo Sense also has an iOS app, but more about that later.
On the Mac, you drag your images into Photo Sense where they sit ready for editing. I use the term "editing" loosely, because usually, it's just a one-click operation. After the click, your image will, in most cases, be greatly improved. If not, you can do some manual tweaking. The app features full undo, and you can see before and after views simultaneously. Photo Sense can be used as an external editor in iPhoto, Aperture or Lightroom. You can try multiple operations on an image while keeping the original intact. There are several filters available too, like black and white and various textures. Of course, color balance and saturation adjustments are also available.