Adobe Photoshop Express
10,000,000 - 50,000,000 downloads
- Essential app
- Has everything it should
- Haven't found anything significant
Pocket version of the almighty Adobe Photoshop.
I was expecting the mobile version of Adobe's masterpiece Photoshop and I must admit, Adobe keeps its promises and I'm actually impressed.
Apart from the usual options such as cropping and framing, a ton of filters and frames and the obvious options for changing brightness and contrast, Adobe Photoshop Express has, in mind, exactly what it was made for: its best option, "soft focus", that allows you to focus any photo from your gallery. Those guys at Adobe know that the great unfinished business of mobile photography are moving or indoor shots, and have acted accordingly. Even knowing a thing or two about photo editing, subtle on site changes can be difficult unless you have Adobe Photoshop Express.
As an added bonus (and if you didn’t have one already), you can create a Photoshop account to upload, view and share your edited photos online from your phone.
A highly recommendable, must-have tool that’s much more useful than all those clumsy apps that offer little more than a few options for playing around with your photos.
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It says requires an sd card but I have so many photos on mine why can't it read....awful app
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Seriously, Adobe...even the most novice Android developer can create an app that finds the image cache. Uninstalled.
contains what a useless just for fun editor has...
You can only edit photos taking on your phone, you can not edit screen shots or see other folders.