If you're looking for a fun photo editing app, you might want to try out PhotoFunia. It's a photo editing app with a lot of effects to choose from. Like simple filters to add to your photos to super-imposing your face onto images - such as on a movie poster. You can also put your face on the front of your favorite magazine or on a billboard, for kicks. Basically if you want to have some fun with your photos, check out PhotoFunia.
There's a long list of categories to choose from so plenty of photo fun to be had, as the name of the app suggests. You can tag any effect as a favorite so you can jump to them straight away without having to trawl through the vast amount available. Creating your photo is very easy too. Just pick the effect you want to go with add/edit the options and then hit Go. Some of the effects are marked HD, so if you do want to print them you can get a good quality print out. For example, for those who still like to hang an actual calendar in the home or office, you can create calendars with a photo of your choice and print that out.
Altogether, there are 384 effects to choose from. These are split into 18 categories and when you look at the menu, it tells you how many are there are in that category. There are categories like Vintage, Frames, Cards, Posters, etc - there really is a lot to choose from. There's also the ability to carry out a search if you were looking for something specific.
I've been using it to create some photos the past few days and it's a fun little app that I would probably go back and use every so often. I think the ability to super-impose a face onto movie posters and celebrities can make for a fun afternoon. Even if you just wanted to use the image filters the app has 30 effects available for you to try out.
It should be noted that PhotoFunia does use the internet to manipulate images, probably to reduce the file size of the app, so you will need internet connection, be it Wi-Fi or mobile data, to use the app.
PhotoFunia is available for all BlackBerry 10 devices and is free, so it doesn't hurt to give the app a try.