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Windows: As good as camera phones are these days, they can still produce some blurry images, especially of moving subjects or in low light. While you could try to sharpen them up in a feature-rich app like Photoshop and futz around with a bunch of sliders and settings to get decent results, SmartDeblur does a great job with a lot less fuss.
iOS/Android: Flayvr organises your photos and videos into moving-picture albums on your device that can then be easily shared with friends via the web. The app is actually slightly reminiscent of HTC Share in that you get a collage of pictures and videos, and the images animate to make your albums feel more active and alive.
Android: Photosphere Live Wallpaper lets you use any Photosphere as an interactive live wallpaper for your smartphone or tablet. Photospheres are a relatively new feature of Android that only devices running 4.2 and up can take, but you can install this live wallpaper on any phone or tablet running 2.2 or newer.
Windows: Time lapse videos can be stunning, but producing a good one can be challenging. Motion Time Lapser is a unique Windows app that automatically generates time lapses from folders of photos, complete with advanced panning and rotation animations.