Screenshots. They muck up your camera roll, ruin your Apple TV screensaver, and otherwise take up space forever despite needing to only actually exist for the 15 seconds it takes you to post them to Twitter. Yes, Android'ers, I know that the ability to organize and delete screenshots should exist at the system level for iOS, and yes, neat freaks, I know I probably should go through my camera roll every day to keep it tidy, but... it doesn't and I don't. And that's where Screeny by developer NFN Labs comes in.
On launch, Screeny gets right to work, greeting you with a "Start Scanning" button that when pressed, initiates a lightning fast search for all your saved screenshots. Once found, Screeny presents you with a scrolling page of found screenshots, in where you can individually tap the ones you want to delete, or via dropdown menu, select all from the last 15 days, the last 30 days, or more likely, select all screenshots. You can still go through and uncheck any Snapchat screens that you need to keep for blackmailing friends later, but otherwise just tap the trash can, confirm an iOS dialog that you agree to allow Screeny to delete these photos, and you're done, which Screeny helpfully confirms by showing you how much space you've saved in the process.
It all works very quickly, with minimum fuss, and added bonus: Screeny looks pretty great too, with crisp white text on sumptuous purple gradients that carry over perfectly to Screeny's boss little icon. Screeny is so good at doing its admittedly trival task that there's little to fault with NFN Lab's efforts here. Screeny doesn't do iPad screenshots and it doesn't do screenshot organizing (like Cluster Labs' Screenshotter app), but it does quickly cure your iPhone from a plague of screenshots and for the $0.99 that NFN Labs is asking for Screeny, that 's just fine for me.
Screeny by NFN Labs requires iOS 8.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch