2018 best photo editing apps for Android

2018 Best Photo Editor For Android:

One of the first thing people consider in buying a smartphone is it's ability of snapping pictures and how clear it is, unfortunately, some low price smartphones do come with an unpleasant camera. Hence, this will warrant the user to go in research for a third-party app that can assist him/her in making the camera more clear but sometimes it turns out not to be working for most people.

However, photos can be edited after snapping them, thereby giving you the ability to personalize, recreate and enhance the image by adding effects and other things.  We have compiled a list of the best photo editing apps for Android that do much more than just adding effects like sepia and greyscale to the photos clicked by users.

These cherry-picked Android apps are capable of doing a lot more than that, bringing pro-level image-editing controls at the disposal of users, alongside a host of other exciting and fun-filled enhancement tools. The following apps have been shortlisted after carefully assessing them for parameters like user interface, diversity of editing tools and quality of the end result. Thus, with no much delay, let's jump right in to the top 5 best photo editing apps for Android in 2018:

5 Best Photo Editing Apps For Android; Top & Free Android Photo Editor For May 2018:

Pixellab photo editing app
When it comes to comes merging images to be on the same background, adding texts & fonts, a vast collection of filters and precise attribute control tools prove to be the vital editing elements, and much to the delight of users, PixelLab comes with a rich collection of such features. Hence, it also provides you with the ability to create transparent images and yes, this is really a good photo editing tool for Bloggers who don't have PC to do their editing — thus, this app also saves both JPG and PNG files.

Pixlr photo editor
The layout of this photo editing tool alone is enough to entice and grab your attention when you start using it "maybe for the first time" hence, they are exceptionally well the enhancements tools that are organized into just five categories on the editing home page. And this whole arrangement is what makes the Pixlr app an absolute joy to use and edit our images with a wide array of effects and styling elements like overlays, stickers, doodling tools, filters, etc.

But there are multiple other factors too that make the Pixlr app a serious contender for the crown of the best image editing app for Android. Take for example the app’s favorites feature, which allows users to save their preferred combination of filters and overlays for future use as well as the ability to share the edited images directly to social media platforms like Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

Another noteworthy strength of the app is collages, and in my opinion, Pixlr’s collage making tool is simply one of the best found in any image editing app in the Android ecosystem, thanks to the wide selection of tools and combination presets that can generate more collage styles than you can think of. Also, the "Splash" feature which allows the user to choose where you want filter to appear and make others black & white, thus, this tool is really amazing in terms of removing watermark images or image with logo using the "Mosaic" feature.

Snapseed Photo editing app
This is one of the best photo editing tool that provided the user with the ability to enhance the quality of shots, a vast collection of filters and precise attribute control tools prove to be the vital editing elements, and much to the delight of users, Snapseed comes with a rich collection of such features. But what truly sets Google’s image editing app apart is the deep integration of customized control variables in each filter and tool, which lets us achieve the desired outcome and make that perfect image worthy of posting on Instagram.

Even though the sheer diversity of editing tools and effects can get overwhelming in the beginning, but once you get a hold of them and know where your favorite tools are, you will evolve into a certified photo editing machine. Snapseed has a few other standout features too, such as the ability to edit RAW DNG files and export them as JPG files without any loss in quality.

Then there is the extremely nifty ‘Selective Saturation’ feature, which allows users to select up to eight points on the image and make desired enhancements on the exact same spot without affecting the whole image. As well all "Head Pose" feature which gives the user the right to move the picture "up, down, left and right" to the side you want it to pose.
Furthermore, there is another very useful functionality called ‘Lens Blur’, this enables the user to create blur image without affecting the map-out area, hence, vintage can also be added during the process. This tool is total free and you can grab yours from the Google play store.

PicsArt editing tool
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PicsArt is the perfect blend of an immersive UI and a highly capable camera app, which offers more live enhancement tools like scene modes, filters, and stickers than any other app I have used so far. You can always purchase additional items, but you probably won’t need to spend your money, as you can use the images uploaded by the PicsArt community members as backgrounds at no cost. And yes, the whole prospect of getting acquainted with new editing ideas is an added benefit if you choose to join the community.

But that’s not where the goodies end, as the PicsArt app’s editing tools are extremely diverse and effective, be it the coloring and text addition tool or the eye-catching backgrounds, masks and the collage maker. And if you feel that you’ve become a pro at image editor (or in the process of becoming one), you can always participate in the weekly challenges hosted for the community members to exhibit their talent and win some items.

Toolwiz Photos – Pro Editor:
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Toolwiz Photos – Pro Editor, a photo editing app that provides you the complete set of retouching tools you’ll ever want on your smartphone, and then some more as an extra goodie.

Be it the exhaustive portrait retouching tools, text addition options (memes, decals, bubbles, etc.) or the pro-level light and color adjustment tools, Toolwiz Photos simply has it all, neatly organized into a very simple and engaging interface. The app offers a huge selection of stickers, layouts, PIP frames, fonts and a lot more, alongside some fun tricks such as face swap, face toning and body slimming which work surprisingly well.

The app also boasts of a cool ‘Moments’ feature which showcases the photos selected by the user in the form of a short movie, whose visuals and background score can be changed by selecting from the default themes available in the app. But what’s even more surprising is the fact that Toolwiz Photos’ editing tools have been designed by people suffering from congenital illnesses, which is a huge achievement in itself.



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