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You'll be able to work on multiple posts, saving drafts locally to your phone, and a preview function. HTML links are fully supported. While we don't begrudge index for iPhone's emphasis on function over form, it is missing some crucial things like copy and paste (that's Apple's fault), and comment moderation that would make this a stellar, fully functional app. index looks very good, at first -- it's slick, fast, and seems intuitive -- but there are issues that pop up as you use it, from a small interface to a lack of direction or tutorials. These are small issues, but when you consider how good it looks and how fast it operates, this could have been a fantastic photo editing and sharing app for the iOS platform had it been polished just a bit more. Still, even with those small issues, we were very impressed with index. The developers were able to create a clean, stripped-down photo editing and sharing app with all of the basic tools you need -- camera, library, editor, and background changes -- while only using a small fraction of the screen's space. This can be a problem for those who struggle with smaller buttons, but for those that don't mind a minimized interface, it clears up a lot of screen real estate for viewing and moving photos. The actual collage creation process isn't very robust either, but because it is so clean and because you can change backgrounds on the fly, it works well for combining images before uploading to index. If you are looking for a streamlined, easy-to-use, and free photo snapping and collage creation app without the gaudy frames and stickers that other apps have, and with no ads to clutter the interface, index is a great app. It doesn't do a lot, and it would benefit from some upfront user guidance -- but once you get accustomed to its controls, this is a solid app. index is a mobile password and account information data vault, and while it offers a number of options and detailed menus for every possible type of account you might want to save, there are plenty of issues to be had here, as well, including the long setup process when creating a new account. The level of detail and storage options you want will ultimately determine if this app is a good fit for your needs. When you open index for the first time, you will be prompted to create an account. Because index is also available for desktops you may have a log-in for those accounts already and can use that instead. It will sync between multiple platforms, making it that much more effective as a storage app. After signing up, you'll need to verify your account before you can enter the app proper. Finally you can start entering your log-in details. The menus for entering new account data are thorough and the syncing process is relatively quick. Combined with a generally streamlined interface, the app works fairly well for what it offers. A quick glance at the in-app purchase menu, however, reveals a number of features, options, and tools you won't have access to without a paid upgrade. From data record limits to synchronization costs, there are certain things you'll need to pay for to get unlimited use of this app. However, with so much here, it could be a good investment for someone who has this service installed on multiple devices. index is a photo album creation tool that allows you to combine your images from a photo library or index account into a single interface where you can sort and share them on the fly. While there are not a lot of new tools here, the app looks good, is easy to use, and makes sharing images a lot more attractive than the current methods integrated in iOS. When you first start index, you can create new albums, load images from index or your photo library, and start sorting them. With options like background textures, page sorting, and photo placement, there is a tactile feel to this app that you don't get in the standard iOS photo libraries. At the same time, sharing from index is very easy, allowing you to send out albums or individual photos by e-mail, text message, or social media with a couple quick taps. Creating your albums must be done manually so it might take a few minutes to get started here, but generally speaking, the app works well as a cleaner, easier, and more accessible interface for your photos. If you don't enjoy the bare-bones interface offered by iOS or other photo editing apps, consider index. It is a free, easy-to-use, and attractive looking photo album creation tool that allows you to access and move images in your account on the fly, with ease. There are enough options here to make it a powerful tool, but even if you don't use them, it makes for a pleasant photo viewing experience. Self Pano is designed to make taking self panoramic photographs easy, but without a clear tutorial or guides, it will take some practice to get the process nailed down. The app offers a useful tool set but doesn't support that tool set with anything more than an info. screen that you are tasked with finding on your own. Nonetheless, if done right, you can create some pretty cool-looking selfie photographs with this app. Here is how Self Pano works. When you open the app, there will be three slots onscreen. Tap each of them and you are prompted to take a photograph. The app does not inform you, but slot 1 should be of you, slot 2 should be your left arm, and slot 3 should be your right arm. You can then combine the photos with the help of an onscreen guide to create a selfie that isn't missing one arm to the camera. The resulting images in our tests actually looked pretty good, and while there were some guiding issues and lines didn't always match up, with practice the resulting images looked almost natural. The major issue, however, with Self Pano is that it doesn't show you how to do any of this. There is a Help menu, hidden on the home screen with written instructions and the app does show you how to match up images, but even then you can expect some trial and error to get it ri