5 Amazing Photo Editing Apps for Android Users

Your pictures speak about you more than you may assume. As such, getting the best pictures out there is not just an option, it’s a necessity – if you want to create a good impression of yourself to the world.

There are lots of Android photo editing apps that can help you make extraordinary beautiful photos. And when I say lots, I mean literally thousands of apps on the Google Playstore can help you do this.

With your smartphone in your hands, you don’t have to take or post boring pictures on Instagram, Snapchat or any other social media. Photo editing apps help you to create more sensational photos that are guaranteed to keep your family and friends liking each of your photos.

I’ve collected some of the best photo editing apps for you from Playstore. You can try others, though, but I believe you’ll find these ones very useful. I’ve included some with very straightforward editing features for those who don’t like going through much stress just to get the perfect photo they crave for. So, let me show you some of the best ones.

 

1. Picsart

Picsart studio

First on the list is Picsart. If you’ve already done a little search for the best android photo editing apps, there’s a good chance you’re already familiar with this app. It’s more than your usual Android photo editors. It comes loaded with powerful features that will help you get the best image out there. You can even use this app to remove unwanted backgrounds from your photos. And it’s totally free.

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On the downside, though, you’ll need to spend some time mastering the various features of this app. It’s a very powerful editor, and you can literally give wings to your pictures once you learn how it works.

 

2. Snapseed

Snapseed

This app is a little tricky; its size is so small that people often think it’s just a bloat. But underneath the small size, it offers powerful features that resulted in Google purchasing it from its developers!

Snapseed is totally free and you don’t have to worry about ads or in-app purchases because you’ll rarely find any of those. Go for Snapseed if you’re looking for an excellent photo editor that won’t consume a huge chunk of your SD card.

 

3. PhotoDirector

CyberLink PhotoDirector

Photodirector is another photo editor every Instagram or Snapchat enthusiast should try out to up their game. If you’re tired of the traditional filters found in most photo editors, try PhotoDirector. It gives you more ability to control the amount of color and how a color should be applied to your photo.

 

4. Adobe Photo Editors

Adobe Photo Editors

Remember Adobe Photoshop – the powerful PC photo editor? Well, they’ve released quite a number of powerful photo editors on Playstore. With Adobe photo editors you get the best photos by using either Adobe Express, Adobe Photoshop Mix or Adobe Lightroom.

Sure, it wouldn’t make any ‘SD card sense’ to install all of these apps on your phone as they take up huge space. So, I’ll recommend you go with the Adobe Photo Lightroom, which is the most powerful amongst all the other editors. Try others if you’re not satisfied with Lightroom.

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5. Facetune

Facetune

If you are the kind of person that loves taking selfies, you might want to go with Facetune – it tunes the face to the right rhythm.

With simple taps and clicks, you can easily whiten your teeth, remove red eyes, and even reshape your face. This is a powerful photo editor that makes everything simple for you. Though it’s not available for free.

When it comes to Android Photo editors, you have a lot of options to choose from. But these are carefully selected apps that will give your photos the magic touch you’ve always desired.

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Fouad

My name is Fouad Atitebi, and I'm the founder of NairaTechnology, an electronics blog in Nigeria.

2 thoughts on “5 Amazing Photo Editing Apps for Android Users

  • April 9, 2018 at 2:55 pm
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    Bookmark this one for later use. When the need for photos arise then I’ll go try them out one after the other

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