Android tablets and smartphones are technological marvels that entertain and work from anywhere. They also keep in touch with family, friends, and coworkers.
You can download many apps from the Google Play Store.
Adobe Lightroom is a powerful mobile photo-editing app that can be used on smartphones. It retains many of its desktop counterparts, Lightroom which received a three-and-a-half star rating, and Lightroom Classic, which was a five-star Editors Choice winner. Its standout features include noise reduction, profile-based lenses corrections, and advanced color and lighting slides. Lightroom syncs all of these edits between desktop and mobile apps.
Do you remember Flickr? Flickr? It’s not all about selfie-filled Instagram, but more about the art and craft of photography. Flickr’s interface is well-designed and offers excellent editing tools. The app also connects you with the diverse community of Flickr photographers. It can also automatically backup photos from your smartphone. You can upload up to 1,000 photos for free. A $50/year subscription gives you unlimited online storage.
Google Photos brings the powerful (and sometimes scary) image magic of Google to your smartphone. It can recognize faces even as they age, and it can also identify animals, places, and objects. You can search for photos from particular dates and locations. The amazing built-in Assistant can create collages and animations by itself. You can edit your photos and have unlimited cloud storage, provided you don’t make any compromises in upload quality. Google Photos can also be used to create photo books. You can scan physical photos using the built-in Photo Scan, or digitize them with the built-in Photo Scan. Google Lens can also scan your photos to return information.
It seems like it was yesterday that Facebook’s Instagram added a video. Then direct messaging. Advanced photo editing brought it up to par with Photoshop Express, which allows for image manipulation and correction. Instagram Stories is far more popular than Snapchat’s equivalent feature. It should also have anti-bullying features to make it more appealing. Instagram is currently the king of social media photo apps with its minimalist interface.
PicsArt Photo Studio
PicsArt Photo Studio is a photo editor that can compete with Photoshop. It offers tons of effects and controls over layers. It’s not a cheap Instagram copy. This app is for you if you want to take your smartphone photos to the next level.
We love Instagram, but we don’t want to misunderstand. Snapseed, a Google-owned app, gives you more control than Instagram. The app is a hybrid of a full-fledged editor and a filter app. It comes in an attractive package. The best thing about this app is how filters and effects are applied to your images. You can even make non-destructive edits to raw camera files and adjust exposure and detail levels.
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