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sweetsunshine 2015-06-28 8:01pm

Does anyone know of any good Photo Editing Apps?
 
Hi, it's been a while since I posted. Does anyone know of any good Photo Editing Apps for the Android smartphone? Thanks

shawnette 2015-06-28 8:06pm

I use Photo Editor by dev.macgyver. Free & works well.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...d.photo.editor

bubblenbead 2015-07-03 3:56pm

I use the Photo Manager that was originally bundled with Microsoft Office. Not surd if it is still available or not

2DogsPhoto 2015-07-03 4:17pm

I've been quite happy with Pixlr (I think it was a free app of the day on Amazon) it's fairly robust & you can select the size file you want to save.

JulFor9 2015-09-17 7:34am

I am using "Adobe Lightroom" in my Asus with android.

kansassky 2015-09-29 3:26pm

I love Photoshop Elements.

bob 2015-12-07 2:40pm

Quote:

Originally Posted by kansassky (Post 4793091)
I love Photoshop Elements.

I love it also, I have 13. It is a powerful tool.

sandeepanivishwa 2018-09-17 6:26am

I am using Potoshop. It is worth trying.

speedingpullet 2018-09-18 2:57pm

I'm an Adobe gal, so Photoshop, Illustrator, After Effects, etc..

IIRC you can get Photoshop Elements for less than $100. Its a toned-down Photoshop, but great for photo manipulation.

MariusL 2018-12-22 8:26am

Depending on your needs, and budget, there are various options. GIMP is a free alternative to Photoshop, but does have a relatively steep learning curve. Paint.Net is a free editor with basic capabilities. For basic admin, resize and basic manupilation, XNView is very capable.


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