After the popularity of Instagram, yet another photo-centric social network for smartphone users offers intuitive user interface and plethora of image editing tools.
Online service photo editing and photo collage service, Muzy had released its official application for iOS first earlier this May.
With a claimed user base of about 10 million, we found it interesting service and decided to test the official app for Google Android OS based devices. At the first instance itself, the Muzy app looks great and promises fun with photo editing, making collages, stickers and much more.
Muzy boasts a large user base and thereby I registered myself using my email ID to get started with the service. Unlike the iOS app, the Muzy for Android requires you to download each pack of features individually from the Google Play Store. By default, it had the native Photo Editor so we decide to try our hands on with the image editing.
The Photo Editor offers great deal of image manipulation and setting options to make the images look great even if you have a mediocre quality camera on the phone.
The Photo Editor by default offers fifteen different manipulation options to edit the image.
With options like Enhance, Effects, Stickers, Crop, Brightness, Warmth, Contrast, etc. the users get multiple tools to get the best possible effect on the chosen image. Of course, you can take a new image using the camera right from the app itself.
Besides all those options you can also draw and add text to the image to make it look funky enough for your Facebook friends.
The best part of this app is the intuitive user interface and smartly designed customisation tools. For instance, if you select brightness it will offer you a horizontal gear to make the necessary settings.
Also options like Drawing will let you choose the thickness of the brush tip. Same horizontal gear and tip selection options are available under respective menu buttons.
Once you are done editing the photo, you can directly share it with the Muzy community for their likes or comments and simultaneously on the Facebook in your timeline.
We also tried out the Photo Collage and it is indeed very simple app to use and make the best of the available memories in the form of photos.
Muzy app is meant for anyone and everyone who love making photos better or adding more fun elements to them.
Great intuitive user interface and smartly designed options make it very easy to use.
Get the Muzy app for free from Google Play Store.
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