Android Market has over 200,000 apps, and this number is growing every day. Android Market has some cool apps for everyone, for gaming, social networking, music, movies, and photography too.
There are numerous apps for Android for photography, which let you take amazing pics, edit them, and share them with the world. Here we are discussing some apps to edit your photos. These tools allow you to do some simple editing like cropping, rotating, to adding colorful stickers and frames to your photos, adjusting colors, adding special effects, and a lot more.
Here are top 10 of the many photo editing tools available for Android devices -
Adobe PhotoShop Express
The mobile version of this software is not as powerful as the PC version, still this is a great app edit your photos. You can do all the basic editing with Photoshop – crop, resize, rotate, edit colors and more. You can adjust the brightness and colors, and use straighten option to align tilted photos.
You can also maintain a photoshop account where you can store all your pictures and videos, and even share them from this account.
Adobe Photoshop Express works with Android 1.5 and above. To download, click here.
Picsay let’s do the basic editing, and change or correct colors in the image, add stickers, balloons, graphics and special effects like distortion to the picture.
The free version has enough features, but there is an even more powerful paid version for $4.10, which comes with more stickers, and additional effects.
Picsay works with Android 1.5 and above. To download, click here.
Photofunia is an online photo editing tool for your Android. it comes with over 150 scenes to choose from, it detects the face in the photo and combines it with the chosen scene. The scenes include billboard, stamps, Warhol like work etc.
PhotoFunia works with Android 1.6 and above. To download, click here.
Facebox is a realtime face editing tool for Android, with which you can add do some interesting stuff with your photo. You can use the effects from the library, like warp, stretch, or create your own effects and save them to library. Once, done, you cam share the photo too.
Facebox works with Android 1.6 and above. To download, click here.
As the name suggests, this app converts your image into a sketch. Choose an existing photo, or take a new one using your camera, and turn it into a sketch with just a click. You can even share your sketches using Android stock share menu.
Sketch Me works with Android 1.5 and above. To download, click here.
PhotoWonder app lets you create collage pictures from your images, add effects like Lomo, aging, Bluetone, and potrait enhancement effects to improve eyes and skin. It also has some lovely stickers and frames.
PhotoWonder works with Android 1.5 and up. To download, click here.
Photoid app too allows you to do all the same stuff which we have already discussed. It comes with a huge collection of effects, stickers, text effects and frames. You can see real-time reviews, create collages, and more.
Photoid works with Android 1.5 and above. To download, click here.
Liquid Face Lite
Like Facebox, Liquid face lite too is a face editing tool, which lets you stretch, twist and turn faces. You can edit the photos to turn them into something funny. It has a variety of props, speech bubbles , and capability to share the photos with friends.
The latest update for this app comes with new clip-arts, Facebook and Flickr integration and multi-touch ability.
Liquid Face Lite works with Android 1.5 and up. To download, click here.
Another interesting app, doing almost the same things like the other apps discussed here. You can do the basic editing, add frames, text and clip art, adjust brightness and contrast, use whitebals and filters, and more. It comes with over 35 clip arts, 23 fonts and 8 photo effects.
Pic Paint works with Android 2.1 and above. To download, click here.
Vignette is another cool photo editing app for your android. It comes with 68 effects and 58 frames. The effects include retro style, Lomo, Diana, Polaroid, and many more. It gives you options for geo-tagging, self-timer, and self-elapse modes.
To download Vignette, click here.