Best Photo Editing Apps for iPad
One of the best devices that is built with high quality camera is the iPhone. No doubt just like the iPhone, iPad can capture high quality photos as well. However, taking only high quality photos doesn’t get the job done, it needs editing software to make some magical touches on the photos to make it look even more beautiful and creative. With iPad, you can do this magic with 4 cool iPad Apps that will let you edit your photos like a pro.
With Adobe Photoshop, you can decide on whether you want to use premium tools or just entry level free tools for your iPad. Because, it comes with Photoshop Express and Photoshop Touch to make that work in that way. In the free version, you can do very basic editing and can do the advanced level if you upgrade to Photoshop Touch. However, you can access selection tools like masking tool, Lasso, layer manager and many other in the Photoshop Touch version that you may have experienced in the desktop version.
Pixelmator is very old in the business, especially for Mac, which gives them an extra layer of expertise when it comes to work with iPad. This photo editing App is designed with lots of preset filters and effects which are segregated into categories to make your life easier. Vintage, light leaks or black and white variations of the themes are very common which are available on this App. Apart from that, you can have access to 12 editing tools like pencils, sprays, paint brushes, crayons, markers, erasers, smudges and many more.
Apart from the basic tools that you always need, Snapseed comes with automatic control to do quick fixing to your photos. It is one of the old contenders in this arena and does offer a user-friendly interface to work with. For example, whenever you touch on a category your photo will come on a full screen and let you choose the selections like brightness, shadows, contrasts and others just by dragging your finger up or down. It’s just not that only, you can pick any specific part of your photo to effect only that part of the area keeping the rest intact. Nevertheless, it doesn’t have the double exposure or the layer management option for you.
This is another cool App that can help you to keep a record of numerous information with your photos such as: source, photographer, location, caption and many more. On the other hand, you can add star ratings to your best photos so that you can find them easily later on. When you will work with it, you will find a big sidebar that has all you need to adjust brightness, contrast, shadows, darkness and so on. However, Photogene doesn’t have the layer manager option and also no double exposure or masks options available with it.
More or less, these 4 Apps can let you do many awesome editing on your photos at a cost of nothing. But of course, you can always go for the premium version of any of these Apps which will definitely worth every penny you pay.
Originally posted 2015-07-22 16:21:10.