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We select the best photo apps for iPhone, iPad and Android from cool cameras to photo editor tools.


 Afterlight iOS 

Afterlight is typified by high-quality presets (including some by well-known "guest" smartphone photographers), frames, light leaks, textures, a "clarify" tool for equalising an image's exposure, and editing tools featuring some of the most precise controls of any app.


When Google acquired the makers of Snapseed, they did everyone a favour and lowered its price to free. One of the most powerful editing apps on Android or iOS, Snapseed's unique interface allows a lot of fine control and its Selective Adjust feature is unparalleled.


  • Platform: iOS (iPhone), Android
  • Developer: Everimagining Co., Ltd

Looking for a flexible photo editing app that's easy to pick up and produces quality results? Fotor delivers all of this, and best of all you can download it for free. This versatile app lets you edit, collage , plus you can discover masterpieces snapped by other users.
The latest version, Fotor 5.7.0, comes with the world's first 'focus' feature. Making the most of new SLR technology, you can now use your phone to create pictures with greater depth and clarity.
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