5 Best Alternatives to Adobe Photoshop for Android

Android users looking for a way to edit their photos on-the-go are in luck.

Adobe Photoshop has two different apps for Android users, and they are called Adobe Photoshop Express and Adobe Photohop Mix. While the Express app isn’t nearly as loaded with features as the full version for computers, it allows you to do simple edits on your phone and to directly share your images with your friends. Photoshop Mix is similar in that it has limited features. The app allows you to cut out elements from different images and combine them into one image. You can also blend layers and apply various looks.

If you want a more comprehensive editing app for your mobile device, there are other options available. Adobe Photoshop might be the King of photo editing software, but there are other apps that have better editing capabilities.

Check out the top five alternatives to Photoshop for your Android phone.


1. AirBrush

This Android app made its way to number one on this list because it’s the best app for editing selfies. People who often take and send selfies can use this app to perfect their images. The app allows you to remove blemishes and pimples by tapping on the blemish. You can even swipe to add some blush to your cheeks.

Two other useful features are the teeth whitener and eye brightener. The teeth whiten option gives your smile a makeover by whitening your teeth, while the brighten option brings life to your eyes

AirBrush even allows you to slim your photo, reshape it, or lengthen it. It gives you a way to edit your selfies as if you were being featured on a fashion magazine. And its editing options do expand beyond cosmetic fixes. You can blur, stretch, and crop photos. If you want to do it by hand, you can. Otherwise, you can choose for the app to automatically do it.

Editing photos before you actually take them is also possible with this app. You can select edits and filters before you take a picture. The filters are not your typical filters; some put makeup on your photos.

Because AirBrush was created for selfie users, sharing your photos is very simple. Through the app, you can share your photos to all of your favorite social media platforms


2. Toolwiz Photos


This alternative to Photoshop for Android is of professional caliber. It comes with over 200 tools for you to edit your photos. It eliminates the need to use multiple editing apps for one photo.

The list of features offered by Toolwiz is impressive. The app comes with over 40 prisma filters, as well as an impressive amount of artistic filters. In fact, there are over 80 “perfect feeling tone” filters. Whether you want grainy film, vintage, or landscape filters, Toolwiz has the right filter for the job.

For image processing, Toolwiz offers blending tools, layering, cropping, resizing, lens correcting, and more. It also enhances images with day, dark, portrait, and fog mode- just to name a few. There are a variety of art effects, like color splash, water reflection, urban, and watermark. You can get creative with clip-art, frames, and other decorations. In addition, there are over 30 HDR tools.

Listing all the tools in Toolwhiz would take a book. There is a way to make your image look like a painting,a selfie polishing tool, and options for text. You can also add music to your images and create a slideshow in the app. There’s not much that this app doesn’t do.


3. Snapseed

Developed by Google, Snapseed is a feature-heavy Adobe Photoshop for Android alternative. It’s a professional grade photo editor.

Much like Toolwhiz, Snapseed’s list of features is long. The app includes 29 tools and filters, including healing and HR. A selective filter brush allows you to choose where you want filter effects to appear. You can do all the basic editing processes, like cropping and rotating images. Some more advanced features include lens blur, tonal contrast, and HDR scape. You can even blend two photos together in the double exposure mode.

When you’re photo editing is done, add up to 23 frames to your photo. This app does a lot, and it does it all well.


4. Pixlr

A free photo app editor for Android users, Pixlr is similar to the free web version you may have used. With the app, you can do many basic edits, and a few more advanced processes. You can balance color with Auto Fix, layer photos together, make images look like a drawing, and add text to your images. If you want perfect selfies, you can whiten your teeth and remove red eyes. For speedy edits, you can save your favorite overlays and reuse them. In total, this app provides over 2 million combinations of edits for your photos.

You don’t need to be an expert to work with Pixlr. The interface is user-friendly and figuring out how to achieve your desired effects doesn’t take long. Additionally, Pixlr makes the photo sharing process very simple. Through the app, you can share your edited images to Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. Or, email your photos.


5. Photo Editor Pro

This easy-to-use photo editor has a lot to offer. It offers a variety of photo filters to choose from, as well as some unique frame options. You can sharpen, blur, crop, rotate, and adjust your photos with this app. And for a creative flair, you can add stickers to your images. With a text and drawing option, you can easily create memes. Or, you can combine several images together to make a collage. And sharing to social media is simple through the app.

While this photo editor app for Android doesn’t offer as many features as some of the other apps on this list, it is fun to use. Editing with the app is quick and simple, and the app can still give your photos some great touches.


 

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