Top 5 Best Photo Editing Apps for Android

by Vishal Toshiwal 0

Those days are past when we used only a professional cameras or Photoshop to create beautiful images. The world has become a big canvas since the smartphones came into existence. But only when we got to see how the photo editing apps can be used to improve the images even more, we realized the potential of it. Jumping to today, there are thousands of photo editing available on Google Play Store, but out of which only a few are worthy of living on your smartphone. We have carefully selected the top 5 best photo editing apps for your Android smartphone.

Autodesk Pixlr

Autodesk Pixlr

Earlier called as the Pixlr Express, this app is the best photo editor you can get on the Android smartphone. Optimized for tablets as well, the app offers featured-filled photo editor involving tons of filters, effects, and design templates to help you touch up the photos very quickly. From Collage creation to live previews of the effect, it has all the editing tools anyone needs to make professional photos. After doing the editing, the app allows users to save the image with different qualities. Also, you can create an account and download the few more resources for editing the photos.

Photo Editor by Aviary

It is a great editing app, especially for photographers who are looking for quick fixes on their captures. Earlier, they would have to connect their Android Smartphone to the PC and transfer the photos to edit them eventually in Photoshop. But now all those things can be done on your smartphone with the help of this app. It allows you to remove red-eye, whiten teeth, adjust contrast, as well as adjust the brightness levels, color tones, temperature and crop photo.

Snapseed

Snapseed

This app hits the sweet spot of offering usability and power to its users, as well as one-touch enhancement blend with more selective tools. The Autocorrect feature would allow you to clean up your photos via quick boosts to color and contrast, or you could simply use the slider for fine-tuning the results further. You can adjust the brightness, shadows, warmth, as well as other image wide effects with the Tune Image tool. But if you want to tune up the localized parts of the image brightness, color, and saturation edits, then you should use the Selective Adjust mode. Moreover, you also get the selection of filters and tools such as tilt-shift.

Adobe Photoshop Express

Adobe Photoshop Express

While the original Photoshop might be the best software for desktop editing, the Android app of the same isn’t bad either. Though, it is not at that level of editing. But providing it can serve as the entry level photo-editing app for you. With features like Auto- fix and one-touch filters, you get the quick edit options on it. There are controls for contrasts, exposure, shadows and more fine-tuned options available for improving the photo quality. You can purchase for more advanced filters, as well as features. But if you’re looking an app for basic editing, then the resource that comes with the app should be enough for you.

PicsArt

This is probably the biggest app with extensive photo editing tools and a huge community. It offers great filters and effects, with a support of gallery viewing. Making it more professional are the brush and layers features like Photoshop. There are tons of free resources in this app, which would allow you to create your best creations. Those resources include thousands of frames, overlays, and clipart works. The app conducts photo contests allowing users to show their creation to the whole world.

Vishal Toshiwal

Born in West India, raised in the North and currently chasing dreams in the southern part of India- Vishal is an entrepreneurial spirit, a tech enthusiast and a writer by profession, who is busy taking pictures when he is not writing. He would love to talk to you about the latest movies, TV shows and DC/Marvel comics. As a personal rule, he doesn't let a day get by without at least one dessert. Because, why not?