PictureHealing is a free photo-sharing app that allows you to edit your photos within the app and then share them socially. The difference between PictureHealing and other more mainstream photo-sharing apps like Instagram is that each time you snap and share, you have the opportunity to benefit one of more than 80 charities like Save the Ta-tas, the American Red Cross and Kids are Heroes.
By taking and sharing photos, PictureHealing users earn points. Those points determine how much of PictureHealing’s profits are donated to particular charities. There’s no cost to the user.
We downloaded the app to test it out. The filters are pretty comparable to what you'll find on Instagram and sharing is easy. If you're already a fan of photos and sharing, downloading PictureHealing is a great way to help those in need at the same time.
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