It doesn't matter if you've got a 128GB iPhone 6 Plus or an 8GB iPhone 4 — odds are you have some photos in your Camera Roll you could do without. Flic makes it easy to get rid of them, by prompting you to go through a whole month's worth of photos at a time, swiping right if you want to keep the current photo and left if you don't. There's an undo button in the corner for wayward swipes — the photos are only permanently deleted after the whole month's been sorted through and you've given them one last glance — but the simple interface makes clearing up your camera easier than ever.

  • GIF Keyboard

    Forget Emoji — if you really want to get your wordless message across, a GIF is the only way to go. Now GIF Keyboard lets you send them straight from your keyboard over iMessage, thanks to the keyboard friendliness of iOS 8. In addition to offering millions of great GIFs, the app also lets you save new GIFs from Safari with just a single tap — no cluttering up your camera roll — and customize your keyboard with your favorite GIFs, keeping you from having to dig for the perfect clever response.

  • Manual

    For many of us, our iPhones have long since replaced point-and-shoots. But no matter how advanced the camera gets, it's still missing something: DSLR-like controls. Until now, that is. Manual is an app that uses the new camera APIs in iOS 8 to give you complete control over things like shutter speed, ISO, white balance, and focus, while adding in goodies like a live monitor for your exposure values, a live histogram, a fill flash mode, and exposure bracketing, all in a slick interface that's easy to master.

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