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Most of the people like mobile photography and take selfies as much as they can. And the next step is to edit the photos in mobile with mobile photo editing apps. Then post to social media  and waiting for its reviews. Searching for photo editor apps in the Google Play Store we didn’t get the good choice so today we discussed this and also listed best 10 photo editor apps below.

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 Adobe Photoshop Lightroom

Adobe a wide number of good quality products.They improved their mobile offerings over the last year with photoshop Lightroom leading the charge in the photo editing apps department. It is a very powerful app that makes you wondering.You can bring beautiful images to light with Adobe Lightroom. Powered by the magic of Adobe Photoshop technology, Lightroom for mobile gives you a different user experience.


AirBrush

Most of them use it’s for editing selfies. It used in quick fixes and edits made to face and skin including a blemish remover, teeth whitening, a function to make eyes look brighter, reshaping tools etc. It gives you this best natural photo editing tools designed exclusively for the daily selfie taker!


Bonfire Photo Editor Pro

Bonfire Photo Editor is professional photo editor app. It has the very basics which include filters along with basic editing tools. It makes a lot of fun, though, is the sheer number of filters that it supports.powerful selfie makeup. Bonfire knows where is blemish and removes it for you, only one tap! No need to deal with another beauty retouch app.

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Cupslice

Cupslice,It gives good user experience. It is an easy-to-use mobile photography app that offers a lot of filters, frame and badge with added basic editing tool combined with up-to-date stickers. It’s polished and compact nature makes it stand out among the rest.

PhotoDirector

PhotoDirector changes your smartphone photos and makes them look like they were shot on a Canon or Nikon.    this one focuses a lot more on manual enhancements rather than filters and you have access to HSL sliders, RGB color channels, white balance and more to properly edit your photos.

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Updated: June 17, 2017 — 12:14 pm

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