Apart from all of their other useful features, smartphones are allowing us to easily take pictures of reasonably high quality and edit them anyway we like.
Top 5 Photo Editing Apps
This great app allows you to easily make GIFs from the videos or images that you have. A fun app that is, nonetheless, perfectly organized and easy to use. You can preview your GIF while making it, easily import video, add one of a number of different animated and static effects, and tweak the final product in a number of other interesting ways. Naturally, once the GIF is done you can easily share it with your friends, or view GIFs made by other people. The app is available for iOS and Android, and is completely free.
A very interesting app that allows you to easily merge several images into one panoramic picture. The app basically recognizes certain reference points in your images, and tries to combine several images into one by using those referential points. The app does most of the work on its own, but you can still edit the results if you don’t like them. You can have a lot of fun with this app, especially when you consider that the results of the merging may sometimes be quite odd, depending on the amount of data that the app gets on a particular image. The app is only available for iOS devices, and will set you back $1.99.
Adobe Photoshop Express
This app simply has to get a mention in an article of this type, despite the fact that it is already well known and you’ve probably tried it if you have the least bit of interest in photo editing. It is an essential app that enables you to take care of all the basic editing such as cropping, resizing and rotating the picture as well as adjusting the contrast or brightness. The app comes preloaded with a number of interesting effects and filters, but you can also buy additional ones if you are not happy with the initial offer. Adobe Photoshop Express is available for Android and iOS devices and it is completely free.
This app, as its name implies, gives you a way to easily organize several pictures into one grid. You can easily manipulate the pictures in the grid, by rotating them, switching their locations or positioning, resizing them and zooming in or out. You can also add different kinds of borders or frames and well as several interesting effects. This free app is available for iOS, Android and Windows Phone 8.
An interesting photo editing app that is mostly distinguished by the input method. Basically, in conjunction with Samsung S Pen, this app allows for a pressure sensitive brush input, which gives you a lot of finesse in your editing. Even without the pen, though, the app has a lot to offer covering all the basic editing needs pretty well. The app is completely free and available for Android devices.