Move over, glue guns: In the digital era, there are hot new additions to the standard scrapbooking toolkit. Whether you’re putting together a physical book to document last year’s epic road trip or crafting an online family photo album to share with aunts and uncles scattered all over the globe, these apps can help any digital documentarian take their scrapbooking game up a notch.  The icing on the cake: Each of the below apps is ranked highly for intuitive user-experience — so saving, sharing, and printing your online or mobile creations is simple, even if you’re not the most tech-savvy member of the family.  Pixlr’s web-based and mobile apps are so much more than simply a free Photoshop alternative. The Pixlr Editor and Express apps, available online, allow users to adjust and personalise images — everything from the basics like red-eye removal, filter overlays, and opacity adjustments, to the ropes course including working in layers, background “noise” removal, image sharpening, color replacement, and more. In addition, Pixlr’s mobile app (available for both iPhone and Android) is one of the most powerful free photo editors for quick ...