Best Photo Editing Apps

Best Photo Editing Apps: 5 Awesome Apps to Edit Photographs on iPhone

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Best Photo Editing Apps

Hey Tactites! If you’ve been watching TV lately, you may have noticed Apple’s very latest television advert. It surrounds the iPhone camera, and at the end it states ‘every day there are more photo’s taken with the iPhone’. This got us thinking, what are the best photo editing apps to create truly stunning – and also fun – photographs on the iPhone?

Well, we’ve been hitting up Apple’s App Store and have checked out a number of apps to find out just that.

Read on to discover the best photo editing apps for your iPhone. Also, for further reading, check out our getting the most out of your iPhone camera post.

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1. Adobe Photoshop Express – Free

Photoshop Express Adobe Photoshop is a world renowned photo editing application for desktop computers and Mac, however for a number of years, the company have also had a mobile version to their software available to download for free on iPhone and iPad.

The Photoshop Express app from Adobe is a reliable photo editing solution for quick fixes and playing around. It allows you to reduce red eye on photographs, reduce noise, distort images and its most recent version also has a number of filters to choose from. This app has great reviews on the App Store.

2. Instagram – Free.

Instagram Instagram is owned by Facebook and in recent times it has grown to over 90 million users. The Instagram app available to download for all iOS devices is not so much a photo editing app but more of a photo filter app and social network combined, as is the Instagram service.

The app automatically crops your photographs to a square and then you can choose a filter. This creates Polaroid type photo’s which whilst no good for landscapes are perfect for products and quick snaps. Although this app is not an advanced photo editor, its social nature is its main appeal.

3. Snapseed – Free

Snapseed Snapseed is perhaps the best photo editing app on this list. It is a very clever app that will automatically adjust your photo to create the very best final image. It features pinch to zoom effects and framing, and also allows you to create light leaks, as well as change saturation and brightness.

Snapseed has wonderful reviews on iTunes and because it’s free, it is simply a must download for any aspiring photographer.

4. Aviary – Free

Aviary Aviary is one of those apps that when downloaded you wonder how you ever got by without it. Aviary is a wonderful photo filter and editing app that merges the best of Photoshop Express and Snapseed.

The app is constantly updated by its developers and they actively implement user suggestions, making it a hot favourite on iTunes.

5. BeFunky – Free

BeFunky Last on our list of the best photo editing apps is BeFunky, a neat application for iOS devices that has rave reviews on iTunes. Its appeal comes from its combination of Instagram and Flickr features, allowing users to easily share their photographs and apply filters.

This app has more filters and settings than many of its photo editing competitors, and is a must download for the photographer in you.

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  • anon

    Snapseed was a very good recommendation, thanks!

  • http://webseasoning.com/ Webseasoning

    Superb collection….

  • Perry

    If you guys want to try some really good editors that do almost anything then try Leonardo, and Photoshop Touch. There are some others like Handy Photo, Photogene and Picsart that have some cool powerful tools. There are some great ones that specialize in certain things like Touch Retouch that removes anything from photos without leaving a trace, Facetune and Superimpose. Snapseed is the best one mentioned in the review to do basic stuff and is free and easy to use. The above mentioned list is far from the best. It is a few basic decent iphone photo editors for beginners. If you want to do some really cool stuff then get apps that the experts use like the ones I mentioned above. Some things need some practice to master but it is worth it. You will have much more control to do exactly what you want rather than hit and miss using a bunch of filters and overlays. Put in the time and effort. You will be proud of yourself and become a better and better photo editor with practice. The goal is to have fun and learn something instead of learning to tap on buttons and move sliders a million times until you get lucky and have a photo that looks good totally by accident. Don’t you want to have control and make the photo look like what you want it to rather than just flip a coin?
    Have fun!

    Perry

  • Madhurima Chowdhury

    my favorite is instafusion app.i like its blending and masking features…

  • srijan

    i love instaglass app to edit my photos…it works wonderfully..

  • Leopardpelt

    Try looking up the ModiFace apps