My 5 favorite free phone apps for photo editing!
By ModernJune on September 12, 2013
Ever read a post about apps and think “Dangit its x amount of money?” I feel like this all the time. I do own a few that did cost money but most of mine are free and today I will share a few of my favorites with you.
This is my do it all app. I have the PSExpress and I kind of hate it. Snapseed is just so much easier to use and really really fast. You can lighten, darken, add filters, crop and make realistic edits to your photos.
If you follow me on IG then you see this one a lot. I use it for most of my blog postings. I love it. It is like scrapbooking but on my phone. Adorable patterns, amazing fonts and super easy to use!
3. Doodle Booth
Ok this one and I have a love hate thing. It has these great features and you can edit your photos in a fun way but if you want to save you have to pay – easy life hack to this? I simply take a screen shot and then crop the excess off my photo. There is a lite version but it doesnt have as many cool options.
4. Pic Stitch
I love this one. Especially with my kids. One picture just isnt enough sometimes and I dont want to clog up my feed with half a dozen photos no matter how adorbs I think my kids are. With fun frames and shapes this app is pretty cool and you can edit within the app too with is a nice feature.
I love Phonto – it has pretty cool fonts and you can add them nicely onto your photos. Its quick and easy.
It doesn’t take long at all to edit my photos. The ones that take the longest are the blog ones I do with bubble frame. I hope you give these a shot and love them as much as I do!
Do you have a favorite FREE app I didn’t list? Share it!!
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