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This is the only entry on the list that was entirely new to me, and while it’s probably my least favorite of the bunch as it stands, it has potential. The big image previews are an ambitious idea, and it’s definitely got a unique look and feel. That said, however, it’s crammed full of rough edges – UI scaling, performance, unintuitive menus – and many reviews complain that sucks up huge amounts of device storage and battery life, though I did not have a chance to verify this personally.

GRADE: D, though there’s lots of possibilities for improvement.

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