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5 Best Photo Editing Apps in 2018

Photo editing apps are available in abundance out there, but not many offer the features that we really need. So what makes a good photo editing app? While the general consensus is that any app that offers decent filters is a good editing app, that’s very wrong. In addition to filters, a good photo editing app will allow you to customize your pictures to the last detail, showing how different it really is from the raw image taken from your phone.

Thanks to the versatility of the Android platform, there are several photo editing apps available out there that let you get the best out of your images. We’re going to talk about a handful of these apps today in an attempt to help you choose the best one for your use. We’ve made sure to include some popular names, but at the same time, we’re also going to talk about a few underrated apps to make sure there’s a decent spread of everything.

So let’s have look.

5 Best Photo Editing Apps

Snapseed

One of the most popular photo editing apps comes directly from Google. Snapseed is an exciting application that lets you control every aspect of your photo editing experience. You have access to a variety of metrics like tuning the image, fixing the perspective of the image, selectively adjusting the exposure of photos and a whole lot more. Given the kind of features it has, Snapseed has built a reputation as one of the professional editing apps available out there. But this doesn’t mean that novice users cannot handle the app.

All the features are laid out beautifully and it’s pretty easy to understand as well. The app can also edit RAW or .dng format images, making it suitable for photos taken from your DSLR or any other professional camera. Features like face enhancement make it ideal for social media photos, while there are plenty of other metrics to adjust your images. The app is free to download on the Play Store and is devoid of ads and in-app purchases.

Bonfire Photo Editor Pro

The app is more focused on social media photos as it comes with a number of face enhancement features along with filters and effects to choose from. The developers mention that the app uses artificial intelligence algorithms to cleverly assess a photo and make adjustments accordingly. Features like selfie makeup help you to remove blemishes from your pictures and enhance them significantly.

Something known as a “fancy” effect turns your photos into works of art, pretty similar to Prisma, but with a watercolor like setting. The app also has a number of effects to turn your photos into works of art, so it’s likely that you’ll spend a great deal of time using the app and making adjustments as you see them. If you’ve made a change and don’t know if it’s better than the original, the app lets you view both photos side-by-side, giving you a very good idea of the changes you’ve made. Bonfire is a free download from the Play Store but comes with ads and in-app purchases. The app is compatible with devices running Android 4.4 and above.

Photo Editor by Aviary

Aviary is a wildly popular photo editing app on the Play Store and with good reason. It comes with easy to access features that makes it suitable for any user regardless of their expertise with photo editing apps. You can edit the focus of your photos, while a magical auto enhance button makes changes to your picture with the tap of a button. The app is also pretty handy to create memes, if you’re into that sort of a thing.

There are several stickers and effects to choose from, giving you the liberty to edit your photos to the maximum. The app also allows you to sharpen your existing images and create blur effects as and where necessary. Other granular editing features like changing the color of your teeth, fixing redeye and removing blemishes is also possible with this app. Aviary is a free download from the Play Store with in-app purchases. There are no ads, however. It is compatible with devices running Android 4.1 and above.

Cupslice Photo Editor

Cupslice comes with a range of features to make it your one stop app for all your photo editing needs. There are over 50 advanced photo editing effects in addition to frames, filters and more. The app also supports stickers which are updated periodically so you can stay ahead of the curve at all times. Cupslice Café, which is a section within the app, gives you access to over 400 stickers and other content. If you’re feeling particularly artistic, the typography quote option on the app should come to your rescue.

Images are processed pretty quickly, so your standard photo can be edited in a matter of few taps on the app. Naturally, all your edited photos can be shared on a multitude of social media apps like Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp etc. The app is free to download with no ads and in-app purchases, making this a highly appealing offering for all.

AirBrush: Easy Photo Editor

As the name probably suggests, this app is focused on making some key adjustments to your photos. Naturally, it also supports airbrushing your photos. You can modify your photos to such an extent that there will be no pimples and other blemishes on your photos. You can even add a few artistic retouches to your photos to make them stand out from the images you see on social media.

There’s a built-in tool to add depth effects or blur to your photos, which can make a standard image look like a work of art captured by a DSLR. The app also has a wide selection of filters, which is a prerequisite for any image editing app. All your images can be shared across social media sites for easy access. The app is free to download, and features ads and in-app purchases.

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