Photo editing software is free and easy to use, fairly easy, and completely free. You really can set up a quick list of 10 of your favorite free photo editing programs for smartphones and Windows 10 to enable you to take the pictures and memories off the screen and onto the real world. They are fun and easy to use, with most of them allowing you to edit and restore your photos digitally right on your phone.
You can find any or all of the following tools in a snap. We will review them one by one and compare them to one another to see what is the best photo editor for you. The first tools out of the box may not be the best photo editing software for you, or even what you are looking for. That is where an 'app review' comes into play. Read on to learn what I consider to be the top 10 editors for your smartphone and Windows devices.
One of the best tools for saving and editing photos and videos you take is called Zebra. Zebra is easy to use and is free. You will need to download Zebra from Google Play and then you can download all of the necessary files to your device and save them. The 'effects' palette allows you to do everything from enhance, crop, remove red eye, sharpen, deskew, soften light, etc.
Another must have photo editing tools is the Google Photos app. Google Photos is pretty easy to navigate. It allows you to create a special folder for your pictures, as well as edit them and share them on any of your favorite social sites such as Facebook and Twitter. The one shortcoming that I found was that it didn't recognize my HTC Evo Shift when it needed to fix some red eye in a picture I had taken. This problem is a little annoying, but it's also a small one that I was able to easily live with in order to continue using Google Photos.
Perhaps the best photo editing software available for the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch is called FotoForensics. I have always used this program in the past when I needed some basic editing tools. It's actually very easy to navigate and set up, but it does lack some features that I would have loved to have been available. I wish they had added a histogram for identifying duplicate images and even a blur tool. The one redeeming feature of FotoForensics is that it allows you to export your pictures using multiple methods including PDF, JPEG and NEF. If you want to export to the cloud, you can do so through FotoForensics as well.
The best photo editing software for the Apple iPod Touch is the iPhone photo editing starter kit called iMovie. This program has all of the standard features that you would expect to find in a professional grade photo editing program, including an express app for exporting to the cloud, histograms, retouching tools and lots of different export formats. The only thing that sets iMovie apart from the other apps is that it includes an interface that looks almost like an actual video game. In other words, everything you see on the screen is a video game interface.
Perhaps the best iPhone and iPod Touch photo editing software currently available is the free version of Photoscape X. Photoscape X is a simple and easy to use program that comes with over a hundred different filters, useful tools and features. The best part about Photoscape X is that it runs on the Apple iPod Touch, so if you happen to own one of these devices, you know absolutely everything that you need to get the most out of your photo editing experience.
If you're looking for something a bit more advanced and something with a full review of current tools and trends, look no further than Photoscape Professional. If you really love your photos, this is the photo editing program for you. It comes with over four hundred high-end filters and features. You can import both JPEG and PNG images, as well as a multitude of text tools to beautify your photos.