In Pictures: 12 fantastic (and free) Windows 8 apps

The delightful dozen: 12 fantastic (and free) Windows 8 apps

Fhotoroom Speaking of poking at pictures, Windows 8 suffers from a dearth of lightweight image editors. Instagram's a no-show, and even Adobe's Photoshop Express app is mostly meh. One free app stands out from the crowd, though: Fhotoroom.

This Windows Phone transplant packs a bevy of editing tools, picture frames, filters, and more to help you add those finishing touches to your candid camera shots under 4 megapixels in size. (A $1 upgrade removes that restriction and adds a few more tricks.) Even if you're not interested in participating in Fhotoroom's in-house social network, you can still share your tweaked pics on Twitter, Facebook, or Flickr. Groovy.

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