If you're someone who always has little scraps of paper floating around (and getting lost), index is an excellent way to get organized and reduce clutter. index opens with a tutorial that walks you through each of its steps, but even without this the app would be easy to figure out. Just aim your device at the document you want to capture, take the photo, and index will automatically crop the image, removing the background entirely, and save it as a clean-looking document. The app also gives you the option to crop manually in case you're scanning something of an irregular shape. We tried the app with several pieces of paper we had lying around on our desk, including coupons, business cards, and other items, and we were impressed with the results. Items printed on glossy paper ended up with a slight glare to them, but that wasn't the fault of the app. We especially liked that index makes it easy to share documents via e-mail or text or upload documents to DocuWare, index, and Google Drive. You can set the app to automatically delete uploaded documents so that they don't take up space on your device. Overall, we think index is a great choice for anyone who needs to scan documents without a proper scanner. The quality won't be quite as good, but for most uses the app's convenience will make up for it. index installs and uninstalls without issues. index allows you to take an image and add video clips and text to enhance it and then facilitates the sharing of your creation with friends. There is really no end to the types of interesting multimedia projects you can create with this app, and the highly intuitive interface makes the whole experience even better. This is a quick and innovative way to share all aspects of a moment or experience with friends and family. The first time you open index, a short tutorial pops up to walk you through the features of the app. There are also a few sample images you can play with to help you understand what you can create before you start on your own projects. When you're ready to begin, select an image, and then decide what other items you'd like to link to it. You can include a video clip, text, or other photos. Whatever you choose to link will show up on the initial image as little icons, and when you tap them in the finished project, you can view what's been linked there. You can take a video through the app, choose one from your library, or find one on index. Sharing your finished projects is also supported in the app via index, index, e-mail, and messaging. index is free, and all of its features work well and run smoothly. If you like working with multimedia, then this is a fun app to try out and experiment with. index is a photo app that lets you add a filter to your photo or adjust the color balance, after which you can share it on index and index. This program has a nice selection of filters to choose from, and its streamlined interface makes the photo editing and sharing process as quick as possible. As soon as you open the app, you can choose a photo and get to work. Select any photo from your phone, and then tap the filter icon to cycle through the options until you find the one you want. There is also a color slider on the screen that you drag around with your finger to adjust the balance and tones that you want to be the most prominent in the image. The settings menu lets you change the resolution of the image: 1920px is the highest you can go. And there are three different frames you can choose for your photo, as well. Tapping the "Save to Album" icon brings up a menu with options to save to camera roll, or share on index or index. There's not much available in this app that others don't offer, and many photo apps offer many more options for the kinds of filters and effects you can add to your photos. However, the app is free and it runs smoothly, so it doesn't hurt to check it out if you're looking for something new to play with or want an easier approach to photo editing. index is a video app designed to let you record short clips and string them together into a finished project that you can then share. Everything you publish to index becomes available to other users, so they can repurpose your clips to use in their own projects and vice versa. You can also browse the published projects to check out the videos other users have put together. To start using index, you have to select a username and password. You do not need to show your username when publishing your videos if you don't want to, though. To start putting a video together, just tap the little "+" in the upper right-hand corner of the screen. Once you're on the recording screen, you can start recording by placing your finger anywhere on the screen. Taking your finger off will stop the recording. Each clip, or continuous segment of video, can be up to 60 seconds long, and you can save unfinished projects as drafts so you can go back and add more to them later. In addition to creating your own videos, index contains tons of content created by other users that you might enjoy checking out. Whether you choose to repurpose some of their content or not, it's interesting to see what other people have done with the medium. index is free, and sharing your videos on index, index, and other social platforms is also supported. So if you like playing around with videos, this is a fun app to try out. index is a file-sharing app that you can install on your iPhone, iPad, and Mac so that you can view any of your files anytime. Once you get it set up, index makes it easy to browse through your files, open them in another program, or share them with others. The app for the Mac has to be downloaded through index.com, as the file on the App Store is only for iOS. But once it's installed, it works well with the iOS app on your other devices. No matter which device you start with, you'll have to set up an account on index.com before you can log in on your iPhone or iPad. This is a straightforward process, though, and once it's done, all of your devices are immediately synced. Adding a file from your computer is easy, as you can just drag and drop it into your cubby or create a new cubby by dragging and dropping an entire folder. Anyone who has used a file-sharing program before will be familiar with the mechanics of index and it doesn't offer much that competitors like index don't, but it does work well. When you sign up for an account, you get the first 5GB free. If that's all you need, you can just keep using index for free. But if you do need more space, the cost scales depending on the number of users you'd like to add. For instance, one user is regularly priced at $6.99/month for 100GB of storage, while five users would cost $34.95/month for 500GB. index is an app that promises to help you collect the images of your wedding taken by your guests, all in one place. This sounds like a great idea in theory -- the ubiquity of smartphones with cameras means that weddings are now better documented than ever -- but index ended up being impossible to use. We installed the app and it asked us to sign in using