Best photo editing apps: For that perfect shot

Mobile Photo Editing Apps

When mobile phone manufacturers started installing digital cameras into their devices around 15 years ago, the revolution in mobile phones’ history knocked on the door. Now cell phone is not limited to making phone calls, they are numerous functions in them, and the most important one is – “taking pictures. “

Here, provides the latest and greatest mobile phone for making magic on your photo.

Today, almost everyone carries a supremely high-powered digital camera in their pocket or purse, capable of taking fabulous pictures at the luxury of a swift swipe of fingers.

We put those photos on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and many more.  So these pictures deserve to look great, right? With the evolution of smartphones, the task of making your photos look great has become easier.

Yes! We agree that these mobile photo editing apps are not as good as their desktop versions, but they are pretty cool. Photo editing on Android is still in the initial stages where you can do only the most basic edits with your photographs, but they’re still some good apps that make them worthy of a download.

Here we have some great smartphones with the best working apps which will spill the magic on your photos.

Bonfire Photo Editor

[Price: Free]

I can easily say it is one of the best photo editing apps I have recently seen. I have got some amazing effects, which makes it worthy of no.1 on the list. It has many innovative effects, including artificial intelligence enhanced Face/Selfie filters, extremely realistic painting filters like oil/surrealism/impressionism/abstract filters.

They also have many new kinds of filters like funk/tone/glass/dots, which are all are too good to give your picture an edge. To add an obvious point, they have a decent group of basic tools like RGB vibrance, warmth, etc. These entire features in the app got a thumb up from us, and we are sure this app has all the qualities to be on the list of your must-haves.

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom

[Price: Free app but requires Creative Cloud subscription]

Adobe recently released its iconic Lightroom application to Android. It allows for editing of RAW image format and enhancing photos with a range of presets and tools. The app is a 30-day trial, but those who have a Creative Cloud subscription can keep using it after the trial. You can also sync with desktop versions of Lightroom. We wish it’d been available for non-Creative Cloud users, but if you happen to be one, this is a must-have application.

Pixlr – Free Photo Editor

[Price: Free]

I personally used this one for a very long time. I loved the number of effects categories it had. It is one of the most recommended and highly rated photo editing apps. They have a plethora of editing options like red-eye removal, a whiten teeth option, a one-click enhance tool, borders, filters, and you can also preview effects done by you using the Pixlr Live feature.

Plus, of course, they have many basic tools, too, like rotate, crop, illuminate, etc.  It’s a great editor with many options, and it’s from Autodesk, a big name in graphic design.

Photo Editor by BeFunky

[Price: Free / $2.99]

This is a fun compact photo editor that is simple yet powerful. To stay with it, head dozens of effects and told credited to it, including editing tools, including filters, sharpen exposure, and more.

The most outstanding feature it had is how much you can affect your project. You can add effects on how many ads you want to make your picture look the way you want. It is also prevalent and highly rated. You can try out the free version before you decide to go in with the paid version.

Cupslice Photo Editor

[Price: Free]

If you are looking for an app that gives you many effects to start with, this is the app to grab. This editor comes with more than 50 effects is Kitty. Even though the features are not as heavy as they are supposed to be, it will be stool considered the editor with extra track and Polish. It also has several stickers you can add to for that extra fun on your photos, and they get updated every week. Simple and effective is the word for the app.

Fotor Photo Editor

[Price: Free / $3.99]

With a colorful and simple interface, this editor has an in-depth to it. It has few features, but all are incredulously good. These are one-tap enhance scenes to adjust your photo based on the conditions where you took it, filters, and effects that can be used on one. They also have stickers, frames, and more for those Pablo Picasso souls out there. Lab PRO Photo Editor!

[Price: Free / $3.99]

This one is a heavy but amazing app. It comes with a whopping number of 500 frames for your pictures, which ate destinies to suit every individual’s needs. It also has many backgrounds, photo filters, collage features, and even the popular human-to-animal montage that turns your face into an animal’s face. They have both free versions and paid versions. The free version watermarks the photos, but the paid version doesn’t. You can give it a shot, the free one, before deciding to buy.

Photo Editor by Aviary

Again a great app and is still installed on my phone. It has more than stickers, themes, and other funk things. It has a slightly more composed set of actual editing features, including fixing red-eye, whitening teeth, blur blemish, etc. All in all, we can say it is an excellent app and had all the appeals to get a try.

PicsArt Photo Studio

[Price: Free]

This is the first-ever photo editing app used by me, and I still adore it. If you are obsessed with making more and more collages, Pics art is three grabs for you. It also includes great stickers and other basic editing tools like filters, controls, and adjustments, along with some unusual features like finger-painting. If college is your thing, then pics art is your grab.

Author Bio: Writer By Passion and for the love of languages. I love to read and read some more. What you read above was from an aspiring Lifestyle Journalist.

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