Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 is finally here, and it can take better photos than ever. That’s all thanks to a new camera setup, actually giving you three lenses to shoot photos with. Now, you can take clearer photos than ever. However, you may still want to edit them in order to bring specific colors and layers out of the photo that make the subject really “pop.”
Unlike popular belief, you don’t have to have a great computer to edit your photos — you can do it all right on your smartphone! So, if you follow along with us below, we’ll show you five of the best photo editor apps you can pick up for the Galaxy Note 10.
Instagram is first-up on our countdown, not only because it’s one of the most popular photo editing tools out there, but because it’s a massive social sharing platform, too. If you haven’t already used it, it has a number of tools and filters that you can use to really make your photos “pop”.
After you’re done editing them — since this is a massive social sharing platform — you can easily share it to your Instagram page or Story. You can also send Instagram shots privately to friends that follow you, for those shots that you’d just rather not have in the public eye.
Instagram has a number of applications that hook-in to the official app, which allow you to create grids or collages of your favorite photos, too. Suffice to say, Instagram and its suite of apps are a great choice.
Pixlr has been around a really long time, and acts as the go-to application for quick photo editing and touch ups. So if you’re looking for something quick and easy, look no further than Pixlr!
One of the nice things about this app is that, once you download the free app on your smartphone, you can start editing photos immediately — no account creation necessary.
You can take any moment or photo, and then with all of the tools that Pixlr has, there are about two million combinations that you can choose from. That said, you can really make your photo unique with all of the different choices available.
Pixlr also makes it easy and effortless to remove blemishes, red-eye, and even whiten teeth with simple, easy-to-use tools.
Adobe Photoshop Express
Adobe Photoshop Express. You’ve no doubt heard of it before, at least the full version on the Desktop. But, Photoshop Express is here for mobile, and it does have plenty of features that will allow you to make your photos “pop.” Not only that, but it has a function where you can create a photo collage in just a few seconds.
It has all of the basic photo functions that you would expect out of a photo editor, as well as a ton of easy-to-use Adobe features. Suffice to say, you’ll be able to quickly make your photos “pop” here. You can edit just about any photo type with Photoshop Express as well. You can easily manipulate photos taken with your phone, as well as any photos from DSLRs and other devices. The file formats it supports are endless.
AirBrush is up next, and is a fan-favorite with the quick photo editing, as well as any fine tuning. What’s interesting about AirBrush is that it doesn’t complicate photo editing — tools are simple and understandable. If you’re looking to edit a photo on the fly, this is the tool to do it with. In terms of features, AirBrush allows you to brush up pictures, sharpen, auto enhance, and so much more.
Using AirBursh is extremely easy. After all, the tool was designed to be the best photo editor with user-friendly retouching tools, cool filter options, and so much more.
LightX Photo Editor
And finally, we have LightX Photo Editor. Following along the same footsteps as AirBrush, LightX Photo Editor is designed for quick and easy photo editing. It has a variety of awesome features — like adding photo frames to your pictures, add stickers, blur photos, create cartoons and caricatures, create sweet selfies, change hair color, add color splash effects, and so much more. LightX Photo Editor is completely free to use, so you don’t have to worry about any payment or account creation.
Here we’ve shown you five of the best photo editor apps that you can download for the Galaxy Note 10. We really like Instagram as a photo editor app, as well as a way to share your favorite shots with your friends. You can use many of the other photo editing apps here to edit your shots, save them on your phone, and share later.
Do you have a favorite photo editing app that you use for Android? One that will work great on the Galaxy Note 10? Let us know in the comments section below, and you may just see it added to our list later on!