My Camera Roll runneth over. With more than 1,000 photos on my iPhone, it's difficult to navigate to a specific photo without a lot of guesswork and scrolling. That's because the Camera Roll uses little to none of my photos' metadata -- photos are organized by date taken and that's that.
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With Photowerks, you can slice and dice your Camera Roll in a number of useful ways. In addition to date taken, you can group your photos by location (city, state, or country) and by the camera (make or model) with which you snapped the shot. You can also change the order (ascending or descending). The app is free, but for a 99-cent in-app purchase, you can enable Photowerks' Smart Albums, which let you combine date, location, and camera attributes so you can create an album of the shots you took with your Canon in New Orleans during Mardi Gras.