Picture perfect: the best photo editing apps for Android

Picture perfect: the best photo editing apps for Android

In the past two years, smartphone apps for image processing have made a huge leap forward. We'll show you our favorites - and of course, you'll also find more classic applications for developing RAW images, adjusting contrast and brightness, or removing annoying objects from photos.

Unless explicitly stated otherwise, all apps listed here can also be used as a free version and offer a real added value. Many applications then rely on paid upgrades, which often hide behind a subscription model. The costs for this are usually between one and three bucks per month. All the photo examples you can see in this article have been created with the free versions.


Allrounder: The best apps for photo editing

The all-rounders kick us off, concentrating primarily on "classic" image processing. In addition to the usual parameters such as saturation, brightness, etc., the apps usually offer a variety of filters and frames.

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom: good, but better for Adobe customers

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Those who already use Lightroom on their computer will quickly find their way around here. The selective application (center) of effects and filters is only possible for paying users. / © NextPit

In terms of functionality, the mobile app is very similar to the large Lightroom. Adobe users will quickly find their way around here. There are many features for editing the photos, most of which are also available in the free version. However, if you want to apply effects to limited image areas, import RAW photos or use the retouching stamp, you need at least a Creative Cloud photo subscription (from €11.89 per month).

Snapseed: a chaotic-free jack-of-all-trades

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Snapseed offers a great range of functions. However, the app is quite chaotic - a few submenus would do wonders here. / © NextPit

Snapseed from Google is a good tip for anyone looking for a free image editing app. Besides really numerous photo filters there are also tools to adjust portrait features like head position, pupil size, etc. Another positive aspect here is that all filters can be adjusted in terms of intensity.

At least, in the beginning, the app with the little sorted menu and the numerous functions seems a bit confusing. Since the app is completely free of charge, we will gladly ignore it. Demanding users will enjoy RAW support.

Adobe Photoshop Express: a free Lightroom brother

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Photoshop Express offers many ways to edit images. / © NextPit

Yes, Adobe and Photoshop again: Photoshop Express is more versatile than Lightroom when it comes to effects - there are countless filters and image overlays that can often be adjusted in their intensity to the respective scene. However, it is not possible to limit the effects to certain image areas.

Finally, Photoshop Express supports numerous frames and brings several text tools with it. Like Snapseed, RAW support is also on board. Another special feature is that the images can be exported in countless different formats, for example as LinkedIn profile images. And, the app is completely free of charge. Yay!

VSCO: image editing with a photo community

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VSCO limits itself to quite simple effects when editing images. But you can see great pictures in the connected community (left). / © NextPit

The app with the less handy acronym can easily be named in the same breath as the previous apps. There are numerous filters and effects. A special feature here is that settings can be combined and saved in "recipes" - even if only in the Pro version, which is no cheap pleasure at €5.49 per month or €21.99 per year.

Another special feature of VSCO is the affiliated community where pictures are diligently shared. The quality of the photos published here is really impressive and worth a look.

You can download VSCO from the Google Play Store.

Photo Editor: the Encyclopedia of Photo Filters

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Photo Editor comes with countless filters. Furthermore, there are some gimmicks like colored pupils or beards, which have to be positioned manually in the picture. / © NextPit

This is exactly the right app for the filter junkies among you: Photo Editor really does have an incredible number of filters - and much more if you take out the rather expensive subscription. The creator demands here either €3.29 per month or €16.99 per year. It is also worth mentioning the possibility to create photo collages from several pictures.

Find your photo editor in the Google Play Store.

Portrait / Retouching

In this area, the focus is entirely on (self)portraits. The applications listed here all offer possibilities to remove skin impurities and the like from pictures. The effects range from subtle (slightly smoother skin) to extreme (digital sex change) - let yourself be surprised.

Adobe Photoshop Fix: Image editing with a focus on portraits

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Adobe Photoshop Fix offers many ways to make your selfies Instagram-ready. And with the various morphing tools, you can deface faces in a great way. / © NextPit

Yes, another app from Adobe. Photoshop Fix offers a variety of ways to edit portraits. This starts with the repair of punctual skin impurities and the softening of entire skin areas up to the changing of the face form. There are also filters to improve detail/structure. Also very nice: most effects can be applied to individual image areas with a configurable brush. In addition, the app is completely free of charge.

Facetune2: More is not possible with Portraits

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More smiles, more details or a completely different background? Facetune2 is extremely flexible. / © NextPit

Facetune2 is probably the most powerful app I've ever seen in the area of portrait retouching. Even the free version has a really good range of functions and allows you to whiten your teeth, smooth out blemishes or apply make-up. Whoever completes the quite expensive subscription model (€3.49 per month, €20.88 per year) can, for example, exchange the sky or completely change the scenery.

Here you can find Facetune2 in the Google Play Store.

FaceApp: everything from beard to sex change is included

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Somewhere between a horror cabinet and party fun: FaceApp has really impressive filters to offer. Data protection is a sensitive topic here. / © NextPit

For fun effects around portraits, this app is probably unbeaten. In the free version, you can make yourself old and young, and access a small selection of beards, hairstyles, and effects. Those who complete the subscription model can adorn themselves with a wide selection of beards, hairstyles, and accessories or even change their sex. Unfortunately, the subscription model is relatively expensive with €3.99 per month and €20.04 per year.

TouchRetouch: Get rid of it!

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Sink ships: With TouchRetouch you can remove unwanted objects from photos. As long as you don't zoom too far into the picture, it actually works quite well. / © NextPit

As the name suggests, TouchRetouch focuses entirely on removing objects from the image. This works much better than the somewhat disappointing Adobe Photoshop Fix. But TouchRetouch still doesn't reach the level of the Content-Aware-Fill-Tool from the full-grown Desktop-Photoshop. Those who regularly want to retouch disturbing power lines or traffic signs from their photos will receive a good tool for a one-time payment of fair €2.29. There is no free version.

You can download TouchRetouch from the Google Play Store.

Artistic Effects

A photo filter with some Hollywood teal orange or creepy green is not enough for you? The following apps will transform your recordings into works of art, from Impressionism to anime style.

Prism: the forefather of art filters

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Prisma regularly offers fresh art filters. However, most functions are reserved for paying customers. / © NextPit

Prisma has amazed in 2016 with its effective filters. At that time it was unbelievable how photos could be transformed into paintings at the touch of a finger. The free version offers many filters that can also be applied separately to foreground and background and a community connection. Very annoying is the advertising, besides, the users are pressed into a 3-day test phase for the pro version, which changes itself after expiration into a yearly subscription (€15.99, monthly subscription €1.69).

Varnist: prism, only less annoying

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Varnist resembles Prisma, but is less annoying around. However, the separation of foreground and background works better with Prisma. / © NextPit

Varnist is very similar to Prisma in terms of structure and functionality: Here, too, there are countless free filters and the possibility to apply them separately to foreground and background. Varnist also has a subscription model (€0.99 per month, €9.99 per year), but doesn't advertise it so aggressively and doesn't annoy much with advertising. If you are looking for an app with art filters, you should first try them out here.

Instasquare: unique effects, but annoying

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With Instasquare you generate unique effects - but the app is really annoying with advertising. / © NextPit

Instasquare stands out especially for its photo sketch effects. The motif - typically a person - is transformed into its contours and placed over the photo as a luminous frame. There are also numerous art filters such as Prisma and Varnist. As great as the effects are, so annoying is the advertising. No matter what you want to do in the app: You have to watch a commercial first. But the results are worth the wait. There is currently no ad-free paid version.

Photo Lab: Complete Look from the Community

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Photo Lab offers a feed with new filters on a regular basis. The effects usually work well and are sometimes really impressive. / © NextPit

The idea of Photo Lab is that you can turn your photos into a finished work of art with a single tap of your finger. The photo effects used for this are partly user-generated, and accordingly the quality varies greatly. In the feed, you can also find many really great made and partly animated effects. Unfortunately, the app is almost unusable due to the many advertisements. After all, for a single payment of €3.29 the advertisement can be removed.

Animate images

Pixaloop: Animation from heaven to hell

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Is the sky real? Who cares if he looks as chic as the picture here / © NextPit

Pixaloop was the first app of this kind I tried - and it's still my favorite. Even in the free version, there are numerous filters that give the photos an animated sky, add snowfall or rain and even animate the camera perspective. In addition, the app is really easy to use and does without annoying advertising. Unfortunately, the free version of the GIF export is missing - if you don't know what to do with the MP4 video clips, you need an extra app or just have to upgrade (€4.20 per month, €21 per year).

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Neither sky nor fog nor camera movement originate from the original recording. / © NextPit

Here you can find Pixaloop in the Google Play Store.

Pixamotion: animates your photos

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The arrows determine how the content should move. At the same time, your motif parts are fixed with pins. / © NextPit

While Pixaloop can do a lot and inserts a lot of animated things into your pictures, Pixamotion focuses more on animating existing picture elements - and the app can do that really well. The service is really well done. A one-time payment of €4.19 removes the advertising and grants full access to the various rain, snow and spark overlays. In addition, the Pro version offers more options for exporting animations (resolution, length and so on).

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Pixamotion allows a flowing animation of single image areas, which can be very well delimited. I could have gone to more trouble with the backpack. However, this motif is only suitable to a limited extent anyway. / © NextPit

Here you can find Pixamotion in the Google Play Store.

Vimage: a lot of potential, a lot of annoyance

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The layer system (directly below the picture) is well thought out, but in practice difficult to see through and buggy. Hopefully, this will soon work out better, because the animation itself is well thought out / © NextPit


Vimage is located between Pixamotion and Pixaloop in terms of functionality. The app forge tries to master the range of functions with different levels. However, the operating concept makes the app more complicated than simpler. We also had to deal with a lot of bugs when trying it out. The potential is great, but at least by December 2019 Vimage is lagging behind the competition - the costs of €2.49 per month or €15 per year are not justified.

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Just like PixaMotion, you can also use Vimage to animate individual image areas and add overlays, such as the column of smoke that rises from the volcano crater. / © NextPit

Collages and FaceSwap

Cupace: Your head on Superman's body

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With Cupace you can throw out new bodies and faces. / © NextPit

Want to portray your friends as superheroes? With Cupace such tricks are no problem. First, you cut out the faces of your friends from existing photos and create a face collection. Afterwards you can insert the faces from this collection into other pictures. There are a few rudimentary ways to adjust brightness, saturation, and contrast. If the skin tones are too different, they cannot be adjusted. Only the penetrating advertising is annoying.

Adobe Photoshop Mix: Clone yourself now!

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Photoshop Mix is very good for cutting out people or things and inserting them into other images. / © NextPit

And once again Adobe: With Photoshop Mix you can assemble a picture from individual photos. If, for example, you have taken several photos from a tripod and positioned yourself at a different position in the frame for each picture, you can clone yourself with Photoshop Mix. Thanks to the supported image area selection, this usually works really well. The app is completely free.

Pixlr: The #1 for photo collages

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Pixlr works with templates. So it is no problem to assemble photo collages from several pictures. / © NextPit

Double exposures and numerous image effects such as brightening, darkening, and sharpness, which can be limited to individual image areas: Pixlr is very versatile. The app stands out in particular due to the simple possibility of creating collages from several photos. In addition, there are many filters, frames, and overlays.

Do you have any more tips for us?

A hint to the end: Some of the apps considered here are or have been criticized because of data protection. Due to time constraints, it is unfortunately not possible for us to work through all data protection conditions and general terms and conditions of the applications. If this is a sensitive topic for you, I recommend at least a short research on the respective app before you install it.

Which app is your favorite? And have we forgotten a particularly great application? We are looking forward to your comments!

The article has been extensively revised. Old comments may therefore no longer match the current app selection.

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  • marco sarli
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    Jan 2, 2020 Link to comment

    nothing beats a pc for editing and a real camera for taking pictures

    • Stefan Möllenhoff
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      Jan 2, 2020 Link to comment

      nothing beats a formula 1 car in race track speed. but do you always have one and do you really always need to go that fast? ;)

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      •   25
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        Right! Very clever :-)

  • Kirti Sharma Oct 22, 2019 Link to comment

    I love to edit my images on my smartphone so I use many of these applications to edit my photographs. Perhaps you will need to pay for some of these apps if you install them from google play store but I usually download my applications from the 9Apps app store. It is easy to use and every application available at 9apps.io is free.

  • Dean L. Jul 10, 2019 Link to comment

    The two apps I use the most are Google photos and Aviary. I'm going to have to check a few of these out.

  • Gavin Runeblade Sep 11, 2018 Link to comment

    What is the best app to turn a 6meg image file into something closer to 300k? On the PC I'd use Irfanview because it is simple and lightweight and I can easily specify the dimensions (say 800px1200p or whatever) and it will re-render, then I can specify my new file's name so I can tell it apart. Because that's where 90% of mobile image apps also fail: they force a random gibberish name on all your modified images. I want to enter my own name or even (shock and horror) save over the original image destroying it forever. But I want to choose. retouching and making it look better, filters, morphing, all the fancy stuff, honestly, I am an uncouth heathen and don't care about that, lol.

  • harshatecordeon Sep 10, 2018 Link to comment

    Excellent information..

  • Allan Morris Jan 2, 2018 Link to comment

    Canva is pretty easy to use. With the help of this app you can edit your images like a pro without much image editing skills.

  • johnny Dec 30, 2017 Link to comment

    Best app list for photo editing but i personally use vengtage effects it have great feature and editing concepts. But i need more fore on editing and making dslr back ground blur so i recently found new app for this purpose .

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  • Albin Foro Dec 29, 2017 Link to comment

    I bought Vignette for my first smartphone, though rarely use it. Good to point out that it operates either as an editor or as the camera interface for the various filters so that you're shooting a "Holga" or "Diana" camera. It also permits intensive personal customizing and saving of the different filters, so in fact it's a "filter factory" of sorts and not limited to preset choices. I do quick edits on Snapseed, but big fingers don't work so well - anything serious is on the PC or laptop. Should also put in a good word for Photo Mate R3, now ads/$, for DNG / RAW images - not bloated like Lightroom and works with the good DNGs that Bacon Camera cooks on my Camera1 phone.

  • Vanessa Dean Jul 25, 2017 Link to comment

    Does anyone know something similar to macphun.com/luminar? I would like some professional program that could be used on my phone while traveling, so there is no need to bring my laptop everywhere.

  • Chris Chris Feb 22, 2017 Link to comment

    "Ist ist art? Definitely not" ... Art is a subjective thing, and I personally think you do can create art with this kind of app. I got a lot of great artworks from Deep Art Effects (highly recommended - a better alternative to Prisma). It doesn't take any artistic skills but you still get great creative results.

  • Ionut Popa Jan 5, 2017 Link to comment

    pi-xel.io not quite a photo editing but allow you to compress and share photos

  • Milos Radovanovic Sep 26, 2016 Link to comment

    I've been using Photo Editor for Android for a while now. It's similar to Aviary, but easier to use. Has quite a number of features you can download free in addition to the default version. play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.photoeditor.freecameraeffects

  • Shweta Singh Sep 23, 2016 Link to comment

    I like this article but here one android app isn't applied which is PIP Camera Plus i think it is perfect photo editor app.

  • Aakash Sohani Sep 12, 2016 Link to comment

    Other then these, for video you can try Videorama. It is powerful, yet easy to use video editor and movie producer for iPhone & iPad. Read about it at BETAPAGE.

  • Tiffany Yun-Hsuan Chang Aug 26, 2016 Link to comment

    try Comet app! It allows user upload their photo in bulks at a time! cometapp.io/

  • Tim Bruton Aug 22, 2016 Link to comment

    I really like Photo Editor by dev.macgyver. No fuss, no social media crap, just pure image editing. It's not mentioned in this review, but you can purchase an unlock key to remove the ads. It should be noted that a mobile experience will never be as good as a desktop experience, with that I choose Photoshop CC hands down. You can get Photoshop CS2 for free on the official Adobe website.

  • Julian Miller Aug 15, 2016 Link to comment

    Photos go viral and so it's essential to have a subtle watermark with your name, email or url, etc. on them and iWatermark+ is the best watermarking app. 9 visible and 2 invisible so 11 total watermark types.

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  • Jaki Aug 6, 2016 Link to comment

    HI This tool is a kool photo editor,

  • Executed F. Aug 3, 2016 Link to comment

    snapseed is awesome photo editing app by google

  • Jim Winters Jun 24, 2016 Link to comment

    Been using photoshop for years, just not the same on a phone I find.
    I really like SnapSeed, it's an easy to use editor with lots of features.

    Jim Winters

  • Olga Jun 9, 2016 Link to comment

    I would like to recommend Facey Camera as the best app for making selfies.This app has unique feature of taking pictures when face(s) are detected. So, You don’t have to worry that someone will be left out of focus even if You capture with back camera. It also serves as a great Photo editor!

  • Denny Weinberg May 23, 2016 Link to comment

    What about Levipic? For me its the best one. Especially because of the map geo tag feature.

  • Michal Eisenman May 4, 2016 Link to comment

    Check Digit Grove Photo Editor App in google play store... This one is free , completely offline and has lots of cool futures with no ads.

  • Michael Hodgson Apr 17, 2016 Link to comment

    Fotofunia I'd a nice app for using your images in Lots of different scenarios

  • Noman Ali Apr 13, 2016 Link to comment

    I am using Myxer for about 3 years, This is just a lovely app for me.
    I am still spreading this word. You can also download this app from techwebi.com

  • Dean L. Mar 16, 2016 Link to comment

    I use photo editor by dev.macgyver and photo editor by aviary. These offer the types of things I like to tweak in my photos.

  • Sherwin Mar 16, 2016 Link to comment

    Why do you feel Mixx isn't a part of this list?

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    Deactivated Account Mar 16, 2016 Link to comment

    Great apps!

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    Deactivated Account Mar 16, 2016 Link to comment

    Cool, love it :D

  • surya kumar Mar 16, 2016 Link to comment

    I personally use picsart and snapseed is also good.Photoshop express is not in halfway to the PC photoshop

    • Richard Fernandez Jul 14, 2019 Link to comment

      try Polar, professional type of photo editing tool, very detailed.

  • Raj Tyagi Feb 23, 2016 Link to comment

    Nice editor

  • Sharida Suhaimi Feb 9, 2016 Link to comment

    Hi everyone. Dies anyone know which is the best photo editing app that keep the original size of the photo when u uploaded it to fb? Thanks

    • Nico Castillo May 31, 2016 Link to comment

      Hello there. Among the apps that I have used, it's Snapseed that retains the original size after saving the edited photo to your phone. When you upload the photo to Facebook using the Facebook mobile app, make sure to enable the "Upload HD Photos" option in the App Settings page. Doing so will keep the original resolution of your photo even if you view it in a desktop.

      • Jim Winters Jun 24, 2016 Link to comment

        good point. There are a lot of apps that seem like great editors, but you have to make sure it saves the final at a high quality! I used to see this alot on my iPhone before I switched over.
        Jim W

  • Vicki James Feb 7, 2016 Link to comment

    It's there an app that will change pixels/size of an existing photo and allow you to create a new image from 2 separate existing images? I've not had luck with the 'collage' features. Thanks!

  • Mũ Rơm Feb 3, 2016 Link to comment

    This tool is a kool photo editor, kool cropper. You can create a lot of kool images.

    • Shweta Singh Sep 23, 2016 Link to comment

      you have tried to make your app better from Prisma but, I would suggest you that you should try more.

  • David Heath Jan 18, 2016 Link to comment

    These apps are all outdated. They were published years ago. I have been playing with Bonfire Photo Editor since the Christmas holidays. Heavily enhanced by artificial intelligence, it can deliver amazing results like automatic retouch, smartly oil paining. etc. One issue about it is that it requires a powerful device like Galaxy S6 to run smoothly.

  • uzair naqash Dec 31, 2015 Link to comment

    nice sharing and one most important thing of these apps is that they are totally free and everyone can use that

  • wasimariflone Dec 29, 2015 Link to comment

    Thanks , could you do few tutorials on editing

  • rick Dec 24, 2015 Link to comment

    i have all of them, plus 20 others, super photo, fx, filters, pro studio,to name a couple more great ones.

  • The Narwhal Dec 15, 2015 Link to comment

    Nice hair. I'm digging it.

  • Suman Rahman Dec 10, 2015 Link to comment

    I was using Pixlr for any kind of editing task and quite happy with it. But as Adobe Lightroom is now free to use so going to try that as well!

  • Janna Ja Sep 28, 2015 Link to comment

    Retouchify - your photos are edited by real people. If you need anything fixed on the photo this is the best app.

  • Radhwene ben rhouma Jul 26, 2015 Link to comment

    myphotofilter Online photo effects & filters for free, try our photo effects editing

  • Jabber Wookie Jul 17, 2015 Link to comment

    VSCO cam is for those who are more interested in serious photography. It has made me put down my dslr and use only my phone the last few weeks. Phenomenal software. Snapseed and Afterlight are the "best" editing only apps (although Afterlight does have a dedicated camera) I've used....after VSCO. This is just my opinion though.

  • Amanda Bee Jul 14, 2015 Link to comment

    I have tried all of these except lightroom and vignette: retro and ended up Uninstalling most of them. I still have pixlr and photo director, and i have snapseed on my tablet though i rarely use it. What baffles me when i read these beat photo editing app articles is how an app called Photo Editor by a developer named dev.macgyver is never on them. It has 10 million downloads on the playstore but i never see it mentioned. This app is amazing. Truly the closest thing you will find to a photoshop or a GIMP on android. The interface is basic, nothing fancy, but what you can do with this app is amazing and almost endless. Every feature and tool can be adjusted and fine tuned down to doing exactly what you want. No other photo app I've tried even comes close. And ive tried over 30 photo editing apps easy. Anyway, it's worth checking out, it's simply called Photo Editor and has a basic blue icon. Oh and all tools and features are free, the only in app purchase is to make it ad free. The ad is small, uninterested and mostly goes unnoticed at the bottom of the screen. Ok ok I'll shut up about it now, i just love this app!

    • Phil Hill Jul 16, 2015 Link to comment

      Thanks for the heads up Amanda. With all the "Photo Editor" listings it was one I hadn't tried. Thanks heaps again.


    • Jabber Wookie Jul 17, 2015 Link to comment

      Excellent app indeed.

    • Richard Fernandez Jul 14, 2019 Link to comment

      I have been using this app on every device that I owned in the past 5 years, it really is a well designed photo editing tool. not a silly childish photo fx app.

  • Martin Harvey Jul 13, 2015 Link to comment

    Surely Lightroom Mobile doesn't make any sense unless one has the pics in LR in the cloud before processing in Android. And to be in the cloud the pics must be imported via LR but not on Android. IMHO a limiting (lack of) feature.

  • Kistlak Rajapaksha (2nd Account) Jul 13, 2015 Link to comment

    Great Post !! 😃😄

  • Kevin Sharpe Jul 13, 2015 Link to comment

    'Dramatic Black & White' by JixiPix Software. Once i realised you could pretty much do away with the vignetting almost entirely if you want, this became the must have camera app i download to a new phone before all other camera apps. I truly cannot understand why it has so few downloads and why it's never mentioned in articles like this one. I haven't found anything that suits me any where near as well for B&W's

  • Mel Fox Jul 11, 2015 Link to comment

    I am looking for a photo app that allows me to edit pix & move location to were I want them located. Unlike Google photo when edited they are placed as a new photo any suggestion's would be appreciated. MF.

  • The App Valley Jul 11, 2015 Link to comment

    #1 editer.............PhotoDirector: The ultimate

  • Dmitry Jun 23, 2015 Link to comment

    How do you actually edit your photos? I'm running a quick survey to understand it better, and it only takes 2 minutes.


    Thank you!

    • Mel Fox Jul 11, 2015 Link to comment

      Editing is not a problem but being able to than place the pictures were I want them is my problem I would l like folders like on my computer.

  • sacocheio May 28, 2015 Link to comment

    I rarely use effects on photos, so Perfectly Clear is the photo app I use the most. I cannot understand why it's not even mentioned here, because its auto correction is the best I've seen.
    I strongly suggest an addendum to this article mentioning it.

  • Edward Netherton May 28, 2015 Link to comment

    I totally agree that "VSCO Cam is one of the most downloaded and best photo applications on Android". It has wide variety of features to choose to edit photos. It pretty simple and this app is for free.

  • Ginette Plamondon May 28, 2015 Link to comment

    Can you write to me in French.

  • Denny Weinberg May 26, 2015 Link to comment

    I use this one:

  • Asad Ali Dec 13, 2014 Link to comment

    Aviary & Pixlr are best

  • Amat Mulisha Dec 13, 2014 Link to comment

    Vsco cam and aviary is the best. Trust me. U will get a professional result

  • Paco Inurreta Dec 13, 2014 Link to comment

    I have Snapseed, Pixlr, Photoshop Express and VSCO and I hardly ever use them. I have been thinking on uninstalling them. VSCO will be the first to go but then I have no idea which to keep =/

    • ÄäYush Rx May 28, 2015 Link to comment

      Pixler is great as history brush d nw many more feature...give a try man

  • Lee Dec 12, 2014 Link to comment

    Using Aviary at the moment great photo editor, you can get and keep all the effects for FREE sign in or make yourself a Adobe account within the App.

    All the effects you download will also be saved to your adobe cloud account so you can restore them back at a later date if needed.

    All Aviary supplies are FREE until 05/01/2015 saving you $200+

    Get them while you can I say 👍😉

  • Otavio Ricciotti Dec 12, 2014 Link to comment

    VSCO Cam FTW!

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