Snapseed to Adobe Lightroom CC: 6 best free photo editing apps for iPhone users
Here is a list of all the free apps that you will need for editing your photographs on your iPhone!
iPhone owners know that they have one of the best smartphone cameras. However, they also know that these cameras are not enough. They need more, a little more filters, retouching and just readjusting of their photographs. So, here it is for all of you a list of the best photo editing apps for iPhones. Also, did I mention these are Free??
Snapseed: This amazing tool allows you to focus on specific areas of your photos. This app has super user-friendly one-touch filters. They also have RAW develop, HDR scape, tonal contrast, Electrolux and other tools for the coolest editing.
Adobe Lightroom CC: This app has the most sophisticated power-packed tool for editing your photos. Not only does it have an easy interface, it also lets you make any adjustments to you images as you want, from perspective correction to selective adjustment to adjusting colours and curves. Though some feature may need a subscription, its free version is also amazing.
Edit Lab Picture: This app is super easy to use and trust me, if you discover its real capabilities, you may become its loyal fan. It has all you need to create super artistic photographs. No wonder, most amateur photographers prefer this app for editing.
YouCam Perfect: For all you selfie-queens, here is your app. From the perfect retouching tool to camouflage your double chin to giving you the most perfect rosy cheeks, this app has it all. If you seriously want to up your selfie game, try this app once and your selfies will be as perfect as you want them to be.
Photo Lab: This app can be called the heaven of effects and filters. This app has an amazing range of over 600 effects and gives you other pizzazz like face detection and photomontages which you can apply to a many photos as you want, be it a magazine cover or a monument, it will make it happen.
PicsArt Photo Studio: This is a one-stop app that has everything, from filters to features for specific editing of images. The interface can be a little crowded for beginner but once you get the hang of it, it can be a little of an addiction. Some of the features are locked in premium, but frankly speaking, you don’t need all them. The free version works absolutely fine!