The best free apps to edit photos

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If you love traveling and taking photos of absolutely everything that happened during your trip, then keep reading this article! We have made a list of the best free apps for Android and IOS that you can use to edit your pictures and share the best parts of your trip in social media.

  1. Snapseed

This app comes with a range of pre-set filters. However, unlike most apps, you can edit these filters, and even create your own from scratch.

It also has all of the classic tools, such as cropping, straightening, frames, text, vignettes, etc. And the sharpening feature does the job without making the image look grainy.

Photo credits: funlifecrisis.com
  • VSCO

This app provides a set of stunning filters that make your photos look like they were taken on an analog film camera. These soft and subtle filters add a touch of class to your photos compared to many heavily-filtered Instagram presets.

You also get all the standard editing tools, like adjustments, cropping, borders, and vignettes. You can also use VSCO to adjust the exposure, contrast, temperature, or skin tones.

Photo credits: funlifecrisis.com
  • Prisma

This app app allows your photos to appear like they were painted by Picasso, Munch or even Salvador Dali himself.

Prisma also has its own online community similar to Instagram’s. So once you’re done editing, you can share your image to your Prisma feed, save it directly to your device, share it on any social media app, or send it via email or messaging.

Photo credits: 9to5mac.com
  • Adobe Photoshop Express

Adobe Photoshop Express takes many of Photoshop’s best photo editing tools and squeezes them into a mobile app.

It has all the tools you’d expect – cropping, red-eye correction, brightness, contrast, saturation, filters, borders, etc.

However, the best part is its selection of smart filters. They automatically correct common issues, such as the color temperature and exposure problems.

  • Foodie

If you take pictures of food, you need this free photo editing app!

The editor is somewhat similar to Instagram’s except that all of the 30 filters and editing features are set up with food in mind.

Plus, it helps you line up the perfect bird’s eye top view shot, and makes the colors pop.

Photo credits: refinery29.com

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If you love traveling and taking photos of absolutely everything that happened during your trip, then keep reading this article! We have made a list of the best free apps for Android and IOS that you can use to edit your pictures and share the best parts of your trip in social media.

  1. Snapseed

This app comes with a range of pre-set filters. However, unlike most apps, you can edit these filters, and even create your own from scratch.

It also has all of the classic tools, such as cropping, straightening, frames, text, vignettes, etc. And the sharpening feature does the job without making the image look grainy.

Photo credits: funlifecrisis.com
  • VSCO

This app provides a set of stunning filters that make your photos look like they were taken on an analog film camera. These soft and subtle filters add a touch of class to your photos compared to many heavily-filtered Instagram presets.

You also get all the standard editing tools, like adjustments, cropping, borders, and vignettes. You can also use VSCO to adjust the exposure, contrast, temperature, or skin tones.

Photo credits: funlifecrisis.com
  • Prisma

This app app allows your photos to appear like they were painted by Picasso, Munch or even Salvador Dali himself.

Prisma also has its own online community similar to Instagram’s. So once you’re done editing, you can share your image to your Prisma feed, save it directly to your device, share it on any social media app, or send it via email or messaging.

Photo credits: 9to5mac.com
  • Adobe Photoshop Express

Adobe Photoshop Express takes many of Photoshop’s best photo editing tools and squeezes them into a mobile app.

It has all the tools you’d expect – cropping, red-eye correction, brightness, contrast, saturation, filters, borders, etc.

However, the best part is its selection of smart filters. They automatically correct common issues, such as the color temperature and exposure problems.

  • Foodie

If you take pictures of food, you need this free photo editing app!

The editor is somewhat similar to Instagram’s except that all of the 30 filters and editing features are set up with food in mind.

Plus, it helps you line up the perfect bird’s eye top view shot, and makes the colors pop.

Photo credits: refinery29.com

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