This photo-editing app has everything a casual smartphone photographer could want.
Adobe Photoshop Elements 15 remains a solid option for consumers, especially novices, who want an easy-to-use image-editing product that can grow with you as you learn.
Although its learning curve is too steep for novices, GIMP is free and has a nice set of photo editing tools.
Apple Photos is a free, fun and very-easy-to-use app for accessing, organizing and sharing your photos and videos.
The Arlo Pro is an excellent wireless security camera with great video, free cloud storage, powerful motion detection and programmable scheduling.
An annoying assembly process, limited software and poor video quality make the Amped Wireless Apollo Pro a security camera to avoid.
The YI Home Camera 2 produces decent video, and has great audio, but it registers motion alerts only once every few minutes.
The EZVIZ Mini is easy to set up and attractively priced. But it has limited features, confusing interfaces and a poor build quality.
The D-Link DCS-2630L is easy to use and offers very good video quality along with effective motion and sound detection.
The Kodak CFH-V20 is an intelligent webcam with excellent motion detection and easy-to-master software, but its video quality is only fair.
The MyFox BU 4001 security camera has a unique, attractive design, but comes up short on features and functionality.
If you love to edit and play with your photos, Pixlr Mobile is a powerful app that has almost any tool you could want.
VSCO Camera provides great tools and filters for traditional photography corrections and adjustments, but it lacks fun special effects.
Adobe's Photoshop Express Mobile is a simple photo app that delivers on image quality and ease of use, but it doesn't offer as many tools and controls as other apps.
PaintShop Pro X7 is good for families with varying skill levels; though less versatile and powerful as Photoshop Elements, it’s far cheaper.
Elements 13 delivers easy guided photo-editing, fun projects, a creative learning experience and accessible power for more-experienced users.
Picasa is a convenient, effective editing program for users who want to quickly prep their pictures for sharing — especially on Google+.
All cameras, phones and tablets capture photos larger than needed for posting or email. Here's how to size them to retain the best quality.