BlackBerry phones aren’t known for their photo editing capabilities especially without any third-party software installed, but it looks like that will change with BlackBerry 10. The folks over at CrackBerry have managed to get their hands on a prototype of a photo-editing app that allows users to edit photographs with BlackBerry 10 devices. The app lets users add Instagram-style filters to their photographs, resize them, remove noise, adjust hue and saturation and a lot more.
While the app isn’t working at the moment, you can get a run through of its functions by watching the video below. Looks pretty cool for an app that’s touted to come with the device. In fact, it reminds me a lot of PicSay Pro for Android – which is a good thing. But I guess we’ll have to get our hands on the final version of the app before we can come to any conclusions. Blackberry 10 devices are expected to go on sale next year.
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