5 Best Photo Editor Apps For iPhone 11

The iPhone 11 might have a slightly downgraded camera compared to the iPhone 11 Pro, but it’s still able to take some excellent photos with its new double lens setup. Photos look great on this phone without any editing whatsoever; however, if you want to add a little extra “pop” to the shots that you take, a photo editor app can help you with just that.

Not sure what the best photo editor apps are for the iPhone 11? Follow along with us below, and we’ll show you a handful of our favorite options. Let’s dive right in.

Instagram

Instagram is one of our favorites. You can’t talk about photo editing apps without mentioning Instagram. It’s primarily a social platform where you can view your friends’ photos, follow fan accounts, and even let people see your photos. However, Instagram has a great suite of photo editing tools, including saturation adjustments, filters, cropping, and more. Take a photo with Instagram, or pick one out of your gallery. Then, you can use Instagram’s built-in functions to edit your photo and finally share it with your Instagram page or Story.

If you want, you can create photos for only your Close Friends as well. Instagram allows you to segment between your regular followers and your closest friends.

Pixlr

If you’re looking for a straight-up photo editor, you cannot go wrong with Pixlr. Pixlr has many of the same tools of any other photo editor app on mobile, but it doesn’t have a social aspect to it. It’s a straight photo editor, actually giving you about two million combinations that you can choose from. There are just so many effects that allow you to make your photos “pop.”

Errors are pretty common in photos, but Pixlr can take care of that. Allowing you to remove blemishes, red-eye easily, and even whiten teeth with simple, easy-to-use tools.

Adobe Photoshop Express

Adobe Photoshop Express is another one that you cannot go wrong with for the iPhone 11. Adobe Photoshop Express is undoubtedly not as full-featured as Photoshop on the desktop, but it does have plenty of features to help you bring out the photos that have taken on mobile. One of our favorite features is where you can create a photo collage in just a few seconds, primarily as your TimeHop or a sort-of memory board.

It has all of the essential photo functions that you would expect out of a photo editor, as well as a ton of easy-to-use Adobe features.

Photoshop Express supports tons of different file formats, too. So, you can easily manipulate photos taken with your phone, as well as any photos from DSLRs and other photos.

VSCO

VSCO is another fan-favorite. It’s been around for years now but has been able to keep up with advancements in technology quite well. As even VSCO itself says, this is a place where you can express yourself by making beautiful photos and videos.

With the free version, you can edit with up to ten VSCO presets, use essential editing tools like Contrast, Saturation, and Grain, and you’ll even be able to explore community photos for some inspiration. In the paid-for version, you’re unlocked plenty of other awesome tools. Take a photo good enough, and your photos for a chance to be curated by VSCO.

Photo Editor (iOS 13)

The last photo editor for the iPhone 11 is already built into the phone. In previous versions of iOS, the built-in photo editor has been reasonably poor; however. It got a massive upgrade in iOS 13. Now, you don’t need to seek elsewhere for your photo editing, as iOS 13 has all of the photo editing tools that you could ever want in it.

There are so many different adjustments that you can make, straight from your gallery — Definition, Saturation, Noise Reduction, Black Point, Highlights, and so many more. You can add filters, frames, adjust orientation, and so much more.

To access your built-in photo editor, open up your Gallery, select a photo that you want to edit, and then hit the Edit button in the top-right screen.

Verdict

As you can see, there are plenty of great options for the iPhone 11. There are countless photo editor apps that you can use with the iPhone 11, but we think these are some of the best. If we had to pick just two, we would stick with either VSCO or Instagram. We’re big fans of Instagram and all of its built-in editing tools; however, it’s also pretty hard to beat VSCO.

That said, you can’t go wrong with the built-in photo on iPhone 11. It’s relatively new to iOS, so if you haven’t given it a shot before, it might be worth checking ou the power behind it!

Do you have a favorite photo editing app for the iPhone 11? Let us know in the comments section below!