Love image editing? Then these are the tools you must have in your arsenal.
Photography on the mobile phone is getting very popular and there are applications that can give users professional-like control over the photographs they click. These applications are available to all Android devices and also offer a whole new way to add to the photography you do and to share your masterpieces with the world.
Here we have got some of the best image editing applications that are available on the Google Play Store.
Adobe Photoshop Touch (Rs 270)
Adobe has announced the mobile version of the much-appreciated Photoshop image editing application for Google Android devices. The Photoshop Touch app comes with similar functionality as the trusted desktop application but this one has been optimized to work with a variety of Android smartphones and devices while working only on touch inputs.
The Photoshop Touch app features Layers, advanced selection tools, adjustments and filters similar to the desktop version or advanced image editing. Adobe has packed the Scribble Selection for high-precision selections using one finger. Indeed, it would be difficult to select different things in an image without this feature. There is also a Camera Fill feature that blends different layers to the camera feed in real-time. Creative filters are also there such as Color Drops, Acrylic Paint and Ripple Filter, to name a few.
Apart from these options, Photoshop Touch also includes standard Photoshop tools for editing and compositing on an image. Finished images can be saved on the device or directly uploaded to the Adobe Creative Cloud account to keep the projects in sync with the desktop program and the mobile app.
Photoshop Touch is a paid app while there is a free version as well with the name Adobe Photoshop Express, which comes with basic features free of cost.
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