A hint for BlackBerry developers: when naming your BlackBerry apps, try to go with a description of what the app does. It makes it easy for everyone to understand (and it also makes for awkward-sounding headlines). In the past we’ve talked about photo editing applications, or the lack thereof, available for BlackBerry. There is a new app in App World that appears to get the job done. The developer, Ice Cold Apps, was nice enough to name it Photo Editor Ultimate, so there is no questioning what it does. The only question is, does it do it well? There are plenty of excellent features in this app, including uploads to various photo services, including Twitter and Tumblr. But the most important aspect is that it covers the basics: resizing, brightness, rotation, contrast, and color controls. It’s not exactly Photoshop, but it provides enough features that it stands out from other BlackBerry photo editors. Once you play with the app and make the edits you want to the photo, you can add text and then share it in a number of ways. You can save it to your SD card or device memory, or you can upload it to a number of services: TwitPic, Imgur, GlowFoto, Tumblr, Imageshack, or your own server. Or you can just email it. To the last question in the first paragraph — does it work? — the reviews seem to be mixed. There is only one one, and it mentions a few specific complaints. That might make you a bit wary of shelling out the money, even if it is just a buck, for this app. Thankfully, there’s a free version, so you can try it a bit before you decide you want the more advanced features. The free version won’t let you rotate or flip an image, add text to it, or upload it, but you can still resize and do color work, and then email it. As always, I recommend going with the free version first. You can get Photo Editor Ultimate for free at App World. If you like it, you can get the full version for 99 cents.