Over the past year many photo editing apps have been released for the iPad or iPhone. Snapseed, PS Express, PhotoPad, and PhotoForge2 are a few recent examples. Each of them have some uniquely useful features, but it leaves one wishing there were one app that combines all of these nice features into one perfect photo app. Apple seems to have come at a long ways to achieving this with its release of iPhoto for iOS ($4.99), unveiled along with the New iPad a couple of weeks ago. It offers the photographers on-the-go with an end to end solution, from uploading and storing their pictures (up to 19 MB in size), to providing an elegant platform for viewing and editing them (particularly on the iPad), and finally sharing their photographs with friends and family.