1. Photoshop Touch
In the video above from the official Adobe YouTube channel, Russell Brown showcases the features of Photoshop Touch.
Photoshop is one of the most respected names in photo editing, so the mobile version of Photoshop is definitely worth checking out. Some features that make Photoshop Touch really useful include Camera Fill, which lets you use your device’s camera to fill an area on a layer of the photo. Photoshop Touch projects can be synced with your desktop, allowing you to start an edit on mobile and finish it on your computer.
Other perks of using this app include the ability to merge photos together, or work with photos up to 12 MP.
2. Little Photo
Check out the Butterscotch.com review of Little Photo in the video above.
Little Photo has over 70 effects and tools you can use to enhance your photos. What makes this app awesome, besides its large collection of editing options, is the ease with which you can apply your changes. The UI here is truly top-notch, so you can spend less time editing pictures and more time enjoying the fruits of your labors.
3. Camera360 Ultimate
The video above walks you through the features of Camera360.
Camera360 Ultimate routinely makes the top 10 lists of best camera apps for Android, and it’s not hard to see why. Over 250 million users have tried this app, which boasts generous cloud storage and a friendly UI.
What makes Camera360 worth having on your Android device is the fact that this app gets regular updates. These updates address bugs, while also adding new filters and UI improvements. This is an app that’s only going to keep getting better with time, because the developers are eager to keep making upgrades.
4. A Beautiful Mess
Check out a video review of A Beautiful Mess above.
A Beautiful Mess (not to be confused with the Jason Mraz work of the same name) is an Android app that features hand-drawn doodles by Elsie and Emma, creators of the award-winning lifestyle blog, “A Beautiful Mess.”
A Beautiful Mess will appeal to photography fans who are searching for an app that gives their photos a homespun, quirky quality. Boasting cool fonts, simple sharing, and the ability to make stunning collages, this is a camera app that’s tailor-made for the Instagram age.
5. GIF Camera
Check out Tekzilla’s walkthrough of GIF Camera in the video above.
People love to share GIFs, but not many people know how to create them with ease on their Android phones. GIF Camera makes it really easy to create GIFs from scratch.
In addition to creating GIF images from your photographs, you can also view the hottest and funniest GIFs of the day from within the app. This camera app is ideal for GIF fans, or anyone who likes to share funny pics on social networking sites. GIF Camera fills a niche that these other apps just don’t.
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