The 5 best editing tools for your phone!


With depth of field and the high resolution cameras in the market of smartphones, it still bears the question of what some of the best editing apps there are to really boost your photos and make them pop! We have narrowed it down to 5 of the best tools to have in your back pocket in order to achieve a stunning, high quality photo. Please note that these apps are intended to be used together and wont cover 5 different editing apps that all do the same thing. These apps are designed to bring forward an amazing feature to your photos in conjunction with the other apps to mix and blend a seemingly endless amount of options. Lets get started with our #1 editing app!



Google Snapseed

By far the most diverse in editing with the easiest to use interface. You load a picture in and you are equipped with about 25 tools to use. In each section of tools you get the infamous eyeball icon that lets you see your edits vs. the original. You can make colors more vibrant, add vignette, colorize objects, change lighting and effects, and even get rid of blemishes and those pesky zits. One of my favorite features is the double exposure which allows you to overlay another image and make it blend in blacks, whites or dead space. So you could make you hair a galaxy if you wanted! What this app lacks is the ability to cut or chop images. Which leads me to the next app on our list...



Photoshop MIX

It the closest thing you can get to Photoshop in your hands without actually having the full program. It's extremely similar to Photoshop but one thing the developers did well (aka Apple) is that its pretty user friendly. Keep in mind it uses the same UI so pictures you import and place on top of other images will overlay, and underlay the other way around. This is perfect for making cuts in a photo and adding them to another. Like superimposing my face onto a body builders.


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