Was the party last night too dark to capture decent pictures of your friends or was it the glaring sun that made your vacation pics go obsolete? But with apps that can revamp such pictures and help them be a part of your album again, there is’nt much to bother if you left your camera at home.
Though smartphones manufacturer’s plant the best technology in the upcoming smartphones, the greed for better technology leaves us unsatisfied with the average performers. There comes the need to have an app for all your picture optimizations.
9 of the best photo optimizing/editing apps for android awaits us on the Android Market. Check out our list of top 9 photo editing apps for android, handpicked and tested to the needs of every android user.
This popular Android photo app is great for those who are serious about trying to capture great, professional-style portraiture on their smartphone. A free app, it is still loaded with features and filters to help you create stunning images.
This award-winner lets you add all sorts of fun to your photos. You can add color, change colors, write captions, apply effects, insert graphics and use word balloons – all with the free version. If you spend some change on the full version you get even more editing tools, styles and effects to choose from.
3. Photoshop Express
When you think about professional, sleek and powerful photo editing, Adobe Photoshop comes to mind for almost everyone. Adobe has created the Photoshop Express app for Android phones. You can use this app to edit you photos and share them, all from you Android smartphone.
4. Pudding Camera
This fun app has an equally fun name. With fun filters and effects, this app makes it easy to find its many features with an easy to use visual interface with thumbnails and icons. The photos you edit with this app are put out in full resolution, so you won’t be sharing puny little images with your family and friends.
Another fun one, this app is user friendly with a simple navigation. The pics you take through this app are Polaroid-style. Each image you snap develops and changes as you watch. At the bottom of the photo, in the classic white area at the bottom, you can even “write” titles and captions using several available fonts.