We’re talking about more than Instagram filters. Whether you’re looking to do something simply like remove a little red eye, or trying to add a speech bubble to the picture of your dog so it looks like he’s talking, there are number of great photo apps out there to help you get the job done right.
Photos can be made to look like they were edited professionally after going through some apps, and most editors also have built-in integration with your favorite social networks, so you can instantly share your finished masterpiece with the world.
Check out the gallery above for a look at some of our favorite mobile photo editors. Like video, too? Check out nine apps for editing video to see more fun tools to add to our arsenal.
Do any of you currently use your phone to edit photos? What’s your favorite photo editing app? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.
Camera+ is an app designed for not only editing your photos, but for taking them as well. The app has a built-in stabilizer for steadying your camera while taking pictures, a 6x zoom for getting close to your subject, and as well as a grid to help you line up your shot perfectly.Once you’ve taken a photo, Camera+ has some built-in editing tools as well as a ton of built-in effects for giving your picture a finishing touch, as well as built-in borders. Finished pictures can be shared instantly on Facebook, Twitter, and Flickr from directly within the app.
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PicsPlay Pro for Android has over 200 professional presets, allowing you to customize your photo on the fly. The app has several built-in themes such as HDR, Blur, Vintage and Black & White, and has real-time opacity control on those presets, allowing you to customize each one to best fit your own personal needs.Photos edited using the app can be instantly shared with others on a variety of different services, including Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
With more than 100 effects, 280 overlays and almost 200 different borders Pixlr-o-Matic lets you customize your pictures quickly and easily to give them a seemingly endless array of different looks. In addition to editing photos already stored on your phone, you can also use the app to take new pictures. Finished photos can be shared with friends via Facebook, or saved to your phone as high-resolution files that you can then print out or use in other projects.
4. PicSay Pro
Ever wish your dog could talk? Anything is possible with PicSay Pro. The Android app has a number of traditional photo editing features such as the ability to remove red eye and crop and straighten photos, and adds to it special effects like the ability to add tech and word balloons to your pictures or make just a small portion of a black-and-white photo color.
Filterstorm offers many of the same features you might find in a powerful desktop photo editor on your mobile phone. The app can support up to five layers at a time, and allows you to make adjustments to the image including brush, gradient, color range, vignette or selecting opacity. You can work with the brightness/contrast in a photo, the temperature, exposure, and saturation as well as crop a picture how you would like and specify a specific aspect ratio you’d like the final image to be.
Who says you need a computer to use Photoshop? Adobe Photoshop Express is a free, lightweight version of the popular photo editor that allows you to do things like crop and straighten your photos, as well as apply filters, effects and even borders to your prints.The free app comes with a number of basic features. With a number of other filters, effects, and more available as in-app purchases.