Lets make your Photo look amazingly pop. (Best Photo Editors)
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Lets make your Photo look amazingly pop. (Best Photo Editors)

Want to touch up a portrait, cut that photobomber out of your group shot, or turn vacation pics into a shareworthy collage? Our top photo-editing apps make it easy to do it all – and learn new tricks along the way.

So here is the list of best apps available at play store for making your photo looks beautiful.

Adobe Lightroom – Photo Editor & Pro Camera

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Why we love this

  1. Best for serious photographers, Lightroom CC offers RAW photo-editing support and a slew of advanced features
  2. Adjust everything from haze and grain level (great for low-light photos) to the tones of shadows and highlights
  3. Get the same effect across multiple photos by copying and pasting edit settings

Based on the tried-and-true desktop software, Lightroom is all about controlling the details. With selective edits, you can brush on enhancements and even turn figures into silhouettes. Note that you’ll need premium for those precision tools, and for the ability to sync changes with Creative Cloud or access your photos on other devices.

Snapseed

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Why we love this

  1. Tap-and-go filters meet professional-level tools in this free, beginner- and aficionado-friendly app
  2. Change specific areas of your photo, by selecting “control points,” or even painting over the areas you want to edit
  3. Quickly give pics a new look with filters like “vintage,” “noir,” and “grunge”

Snapseed strikes an impressive balance between approachability and capability. The menu may look overwhelming at first glance, but the tools are wonderfully intuitive. We love that you can save a set of effects and easily view your changes as a stack of individual edits – each of which you can adjust or undo.

PicsArt Photo Editor: Pic, Video & Collage Maker

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Why we love this

  1. Get creative with your pics: Easily turn your photos into fun collages and works of art
  2. Mix different photos as layers for a surreal “double exposure” effect
  3. Add your own touch to others’ free-to-edit images and stickers, then share your works with the community

If you’re looking for more sparkle than subtlety in your edits, PicsArt is your platform. Use brushes to paint on stickers, apply trendy templates or text to photos, and arrange multiple pics in tasteful collages. The sheer number of tools might seem daunting at first, but simple controls make them easy to master.

TouchRetouch

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Why we love this

  1. Remove unwanted objects from photos with this fantastically effective app
  2. Use a brush or lasso tool to make unwanted objects (or part of them) disappear, and “erase” to dial back changes
  3. Flick over a piece of a line (a power line, perhaps?) to remove the whole thing

There’s nothing wrong with a one-trick-pony if it does its trick better than the rest. Case in point: TouchRetouch. Whether you’re looking to remove a tiny blemish or a massive truck from an image, this is your app. You can also duplicate what you want more of with the clone stamp tool– sleekly applied by brush.

Facetune2 – Selfie Editor, Beauty & Makeover App

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Why we love this

  1. The ultimate app for selfie and portrait editing, Facetune lets you edit any aspect of your face (and hair!)
  2. Make natural-looking adjustments, from smoothing out skin to adding volume to lashes
  3. Simple instructions – including video examples – and intuitive tools make it easy to navigate

You’re beautiful as you are, but we’re all entitled to a little digital touch-up. Apply flattering filters or get down to the details, ridding your profile pic of those dark under-eye circles or that pesky zit. You can even apply makeup, whiten your teeth, or see what you’d look like with a different hair or eye color.

Enjoy your editing with above mentioned apps and make yourself and the world beautiful and colorful.

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