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With the improvements in technology, processors, RAM, touch controls, gestures, etc., most of the desktop tasks have shifted to smartphones. One can now click professional images, shoot YouTube videos, and more directly from their phone. We don’t need extra tools, and now one can edit pictures like a professional from their phones as well without depending on PCs.

When it comes to photo editing, Adobe Photoshop has constantly remained the best choice for professional and amateur photographers. You can use Adobe Photoshop even if you like to use your phone (for convenience) to edit the pictures. But in Android devices, Adobe Photoshop is available as Adobe Photoshop Express and Adobe Photoshop Mix which doesn’t offer as useful tools as the desktop version. Fortunately, the following apps can effortlessly replace these versions of Adobe Photoshop:

Snapseed

Snapseed is a professional photo editing app by Google. It includes more than 25 tools and filters, and it can open JPG and RAW files. It contains tools like a Brush – for exposure, saturation, brightness, or warmth; Healing – to remove people or objects from the pictures; Glamour Glow – for adding an elegant glow to images, etc. It also includes multiple filters under drama, grainy film, vintage, retrolux, and noir for giving more depth and story to the pictures. Using the Face Pose tool, you can correct the pose of portraits based on three-dimensional models. The app also offers face enhancement and double exposure features.

Pixlr

It is an easy-to-use photo editing app with multiple features for a professional quality edit. With Auto Fix, you can adjust the color of your photo, and the Double Exposure tool allows you to create an array of effects with layers and adjustable transparency. You can choose from a massive variety of effect packs to define your clicks. They also offer multiple overlay for adjusting the tone of the pictures and a few border packs for creativity. Create photo collages easily with a variety of preset collages, grid style, customized ratio, and background. You can add photo effects as well with the help of Stylize, which includes pencil sketch, poster, watercolor, and more. You can subscribe to their premium version to unlock all the potential.

Fotor

It is one of the most loved and high-rated photo editing apps by users around the globe. Unleash your imagination and creativity with its full-featured effects, borders, and stickers. You can create your edit by mixing multiple effects on a single image. It includes a Collage Creator that lets you create a personalized collage, and you can also add filters and rotate the image. Its One-click Enhancement tool enables you to quickly edit changes to the image in both detail and level. And, the Scene feature offers 13 different auto-enhancement options for various lighting, shadow, etc. conditions. Most of its tools are available for free but to unlock more benefits, you have to subscribe to their Fotor Pro plan.

PhotoDirector

It is the best app for amateur photographers and editors who are thriving to create professional-quality edits. It offers tools like HDR, Dehaze, Magic Brush, and more. PhotoDirector has a Photo Animation tool that turns your still images into incredible pieces of moving art. Some of its advanced effects include glitch, VHS, mosaic, etc. You can also add custom made stickers to the pictures and add gradient masks for incredible scenic image editing.

Polarr Photo Editor

People who want to determine their aesthetic will find Polarr as their go-to editing app. One can easily customize their style with selective colors and overlays. The built-in AI will help you create amazingly complex edits even if you don’t know much about it. It includes effects for objects, masks, and more. Creating a Polarr account will bring you 100 freestyle backups, and 120 preset styles for film emulations.

All the apps mentioned above require some practice before you start creating striking edits, so please be patient with that. But if you already know a bunch of things about editing, you can easily use the available tools. Most of the apps offer free tools for editing, but if you want to create advanced edits on Pixlr and Fotor, you have to subscribe to their premium plans.

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