Best Free Photo Editing Apps for Android, iPhone and Others

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Editing photos is like applying finishing touches to a painting. Photographs often don’t look as good as they could unless you apply that finishing touch. Since most people use their smartphones to take pictures, we have shortlisted the best photo editing apps that you can use on-the-go to take your photography to the next level.

1. VSCO Cam (iPhone, Android)

VSCO (pronounced visco) Cam started out as a paid app but went free last year. It is one of the best photo editing apps on iOS and Android if you want advanced controls. VSCO Cam has a great collection of filters, which are better than those on Instagram. While some filters are free, you’ll have to pay for many others. Don’t let this dissuade you from trying the app, as the free filters are good enough for most people.

VSCO Cam’s editing tools include brightness, contrast, saturation, tint, crop, rotate, sharpness, highlights, shadows, among a few others. As evident, it has enough tools for professional photo editing.

However, beginners will take some time to figure out how to use VSCO Cam because the app relies on icons and code numbers instead of words. For instance, filters have names like B1, X1, etc., which may be hard to remember initially. All editing tools are icons (sharpness is a triangle, saturation is a rectangle with a gradient, etc.) and it may take you a little while to go through all the tools and find what you need.

2. Snapseed (iPhone, iPad, Android)

VSCO Cam has almost everything you’ll need, but it isn’t yet available on tablets. If you want a great photo editing app for the iPad, Snapseed is a good choice. Snapseed’s interface is intuitive. Once you add photos to the app, select manual tuning and swipe upwards or downwards on the picture. This shows you different variables such as contrast, saturation, etc. Select any one and simply swipe towards the right to increase its value or in the opposite direction to reduce it.

3. Adobe Lightroom (iPad)

Lightroom and Photoshop are the reasons behind Adobe’s iron grip on the desktop photo editing market. Lightroom for iPad isn’t good as a standalone photo editing app, but it shines when used in conjunction with Lightroom for Windows or Mac. This means that you will need an Adobe subscription (around Rs 2,000 per month) to make the most of this iPad app.

If you are a subscriber or don’t mind getting a subscription, Lightroom for iPad lets you synchronise edits between your desktop and iPad. The problem is that Lightroom for iPad lacks the advanced editing tools that are cherished by those who use the desktop app. If you want to make a quick edit, or apply a preset effect, Lightroom for iPad saves you the trouble of returning to your desktop. Lightroom is one of the few apps that support RAW files, which might appeal to those who use DSLR cameras. For those who want advanced editing options, Adobe’s Photoshop Touch is a better (paid) alternative on the iPad.

4. Instagram (iPhone, Android, Windows Phone)

Apart from being one of the world’s most popular photo communities, Instagram is a fast, hassle-free photo editing app. Its filters are adequate for most people, but not for power users. If you are into black-and-white photography, you might want to try other apps because Instagram’s filters aren’t the

Best Free Photo Editing Apps for Android, iPhone and Others
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– Choose destination folder

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