My favorite (free) photo editing apps for android

If your phone is blessed with a great camera like the ones found in Samsung Galaxy S2/3 or HTC One S/X then you need to have a photo editing app installed to make the most of those photos. But before I start with my list I will clear it out that Instagram does not make it. Why? Because it is more of a photo-sharing app than a photo editing app. So here it goes –

Pixlr-o-matic

This app comes from Autodesk (creators of AutoCAD) and probably has most number of filters available than any other photo editing app available in Google Play. When you first download the app it would have only a small subset of filters (effects, overlay and border), but then afterwards you add more depending on your preferences – and there are tons of them.

Pixlr-o-matic

After Focus

AfterFocus lets you do only one thing – create DSLR-style background blurred photo by simply selecting focus area. And it does this amazingly well. Plus you can add some of its filters to give a really nice touch to the photographs. The only downside is that, while saving photos the maximum resolution can go to 800px only. For higher resolution you have to buy the pro version.

After Focus

PicSay

Spice up your photographs with stickers, word balloons, graphics, effects with an app which is less than 1MB to download.

PicSay

Color Touch Effects

This tiny little app (less than 500KB) lets you turn your photos into black & white, sepia, etc and then bring back the original colors with parts of picture with touch.

Color Touch Effects

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