Best Android photo editing apps of 2017, its available in Google Playstore……..
Google’s Camera app has been getting better and better both for beginners and pros alike. But it’s really Nexus and Pixel are most of this app since these are the only phones that support Google’s own HDR+ mode.
HDR+ adds low noise to it’s processing and is capable of creating some of the most stunning smartphone imaging available yet, even in the darkest lighting conditions.
You can also take panoramic pictures and use Photo Sphere, 360deg,a walk-in spherical panorama function that makes immersive viewing possible in Google’s Photos app.
2.Camera Zoom FX:
Camera Zoom FX is a classic among Android camera app allows you to use preset filters, but also lets you use it as a no frills, pure camera app.
Camera Zoom FX will let you set up grid lines as well as display a stabilization indicator.An interesting feature is the incognito mode.
Camera Zoom FX has a host features which will make be sure to satisfy every smartphone photographer & Available free or paid App.
it’s a feature-packed app for shooting better pictures. The grid overlay is a useful thing to have on hand, and there are two kinds of on-screen levels to help make sure you’re shooting straight.
The usual manual controls are present – ISO, exposure, focus, white balance – and the built-in gallery also displays ISO and shutter speeds for each picture you’ve taken,like the precise one-finger zooming and a fun Light Painting option that ‘develops’ photos in front of your eyes.
It’ll even support up to 4K video capture, providing you have the right hardware.
FV-5 also offers grid overlays, histograms and other similar options,you’re afforded full control over ISO, light-metering, focus, white balance and the like.
There’s also an exposure bracketing feature that allows you take several photos in quick succession with different exposure values.if you’re after high-quality manual control.
There’s also now a ‘lite’ version that gives you a taster of the app too.
Pixlr has come a long way since it was a standalone image editor, and while it doesn’t quite offer the same granular level of control as Manual Camera, it’s an excellent choice if you need a good balance of tools alongside a set of really useful and impressive visual effects.
There’s even a perfectly functional gallery built in too that lets you show file size alongside the thumbnails.Pixlr is an excellent all-rounder to pick, and is also free to download. Some filters and features require an in-app purchase but even without, it’s worth a look.
Camera360 is hugely popular in the Google Play Store. It offers a comprehensive camera app that’s capable of pretty much anything. It uses a lens-filter system that can be applied before a picture is taken, meaning you don’t have to wait until later to see whether your picture is fixable by adding a cheeky filter.
It contains a huge variety of options and effects,but it’s really useful to have everything in one place instead of going through several different screens.
It also brings across features like stickers and cartoon effects that you can apply to your photos easily enough before sharing or saving them.
7.A Better Camera:
A Better Camera is basically what it says it is: a superior camera app to the standard Android one that comes pre-installed on ‘vanilla’ devices. A Better Camera brings a number of interesting features, including group portrait settings, ‘Sequence Shot’ and the ability to remove unwanted objects from images simply.
A Better Camera also includes immediate post-processing, and you can record video with real-time HDR.
if you take a lot of pictures, and are happy with a little investment, A Better Camera certainly lives up to its name – and more camera apps should make use of its slide-out grid gesture.
If you want an app that lets you apply filters and easily edit the shots post-capture, you’ll need to install another companion app called A Better Editor.
VSCO Cam isn’t the most user-friendly camera on our list, but it is trusted by an awful lot of people and has been around for a long while.
it combines – and indeed, focuses on – providing an Instagram-like capturing and sharing experience. There are a number of pre-made filters you can apply to your images to change the tone and feel, and the quality of those adjustments is one of the reasons to use VSCO Cam.
The company killed the photo edit syncing feature it used to offer, but VSCO Cam still has some worthwhile skills.