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The best free image-editing apps for your Android

We've done some homework so you own the best portfolio of photos

T2 Online Newsdesk 4 February 2017, 9:49 PM
Representational Image: The 4G smartphone

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After clicking images, you can convert them into great pieces of art with a few retouches. And for doing that, there are numerous apps available. But which ones are the best? Here are our top picks for you:

Snapseed

An amazing photo-editing app from Google with an intuitive interface. Snapseed comes with all the tools you can think about in a smartphone. With 26 tools and filters, Snapseed lets you edit your images like a pro. The app can also handle RAW images and offers you precise control over the brightness level with a new tool Curve.

Snapseed Photo Editor

Pixomatic Photo Editor

Pixomatic is one of the most easy-to-use photo editing app you can ever imagine. The app lets you replace or remove image background, add the bokeh effect to increase the depth-of-field, apply multiple filters and tools to make your images professional.

Pixomatic Photo Editor

Toolwiz Photos- pro Editor

Toolwiz Photos Pro editor comes with a bunch of image processes, image tone, image enhance, art effect, art filters, stickers and prisma filters.

Toolwiz Photo Editor

Vinci

If you loved Prisma, we might like Vinci too. The app uses a technology which they describe as Texture network and convert the images into a piece of art.

Vinci Photo Editor

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, one of the most popular cross-platform application, is available for Android users as well. Moreover, the app comes for free here, yet offers many PS tools to edit your images. If you’re familiar with PS CC, you’ll find many reasons to use its Android edition too.

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom

VSCO   

Along with presets and advanced camera controls, VSCO also offers a community with which you can share your images and explore content from several other photographers. Though the app is a shareware for iPhones, it’s available for free on Google Play.

VSCO Photo Editor

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