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Top 10 Photo Editing Apps in 2018

Whether you use an iPhone or Android, you want your pictures to be fabulous. But how? Read this list of the best photo editing apps and then snap away!

Here are some other fun ones to check out:

1. Photo Art
2. Trigraphy
3. Pixlr
4. FaceTune
5. Litely
6. PicMonkey
7. iSwap Faces
8. Camera Fun Free
9. FaceSwap Live
10. FaceInHole

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Top 10 Photo Editing Free Apps in 2018

Jimmy has already posted the best apps, but in this top, we put the best free apps.

-VSCO
-PSExpress
-PicsArt
-Instasize
-PhotoGrid
-Split PicArt
-MOLDIV
-HUJI (Photos are already edited when you take the picture)
-Prisma Photo
-Photable

I hope that this could help to people who doesn't want to spend money in apps.

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Other apps that you can use.

Hello, maybe you are interested in other apps, so we leave their names

1. Lightroom (Android, iOS)
2. Open Camera (Android)
3. VSCO Cam (Android, iOS).
4. Pixlr (Android, iOS).
5. Snapseed (Android, iOS).

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Photo Editing

Need guidance on how to improve batch photo resolutions. Trying to make keepsake photo books with low-resolution photos. The publisher is not having it!

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best two

My favourite are Lightroom and Snapseed.
Many great options.
hey have all for perfect editing.

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