Photo Sense is a graphics editing tool for image enhancing. It allows you to quickly add a variety of effects to your pictures and to enhance them. It is stated on the developer's website that you can enhance your pictures to make them look like professional snapshots with this app. With a good enough photo and the right effect, that could be the case.
When you add an image to the application, the main window shows the original picture on the left and an automatic preview to the right. It works like a before and after kind of preview. There is a button that reads "Processing Options" that lists all the enhancements that are automatically applied to your pictures when you load them. They include adjustment of colors, sharpness, brightness, etc. To the right of that button is another button that opens a window which demonstrates all the available effects. And there are also two buttons to rotate the image left or right.
In my testing, all the effects that I added looked good but I didn't find a way to customize the degree at which they were applied. I have seen other apps that let you select how much of a pencil effect you want to apply to your pictures, for example.
Photo Sense Lite is $2.99 but you can download the demo version of the full version to test it. The only limitation that I saw on the Lite version was that it can only process one picture at the time.