1. Prisma: the AI-assisted artist
Complex neural networks lay at the heart of Prisma, an app that applies artistic flourishes to images taken or uploaded by users. The app has exploded onto the scene. The nine-person team behind Prisma hails from Russia and has been touring Silicon Valley to promote the app, which has climbed the charts the world over in Apple’s App Store and Google’s Play Store.
Select a photograph from your gallery or take a picture from within the app, and you will be presented with a choice of 30-odd filters inspired by famous artists and styles – from Munch to Picasso; from the Japanese ukiyo-e style to pop art. The images are filtered using artificial intelligence that processes every individual image differently, learning and adapting all the time, thereby continually improving the quality of the results (in theory).
Is it art? Definitely not, but it is a lot of fun.
2. Adobe Photoshop Express: the fast and easy
Adobe Photoshop Express is a great all-around photoshopping app for Android. Photos on your smartphone are easily modified with just a few swipes on a simple interface. It gives you the feel of the PC Adobe Photoshop on your mobile device.
The absolute basics like rotation, cropping, red-eye removal and flipping are very easy to perform within the app. There is easy blemish-removal that rids your photos of pesky spots of dirt or dust. You can quickly control the color and overall appearance of your photos with options for adjusting highlights, shading, shadows, contrast and many more.
3.AirBrush: the selfie perfector
AirBrush is any selfie fan’s best friend. If you want those selfies to really shine then you should get the AirBrush app. This app is perfect for optimizing selfies for Facebook, Twitter or your favorite dating apps.
AirBrush has only a few functions but executes them well. There is a smoother to rid your photo of skin bumps and a blemish remover to cover embarrassing acne. If you’ve had a cup or two too much coffee recently, you can swipe your teeth a little whiter. The concealer clears up bags under your eyes, in case you didn’t sleep well the night before.
4. PhotoDirector: the ultimate
When a massive multimedia software company like Cyberlink delivers a photo editing app to Android, you’re going to want to pay attention. PhotoDirector is a kind of multi-purpose photo editor.
You can quickly and easily add overlays to your images, and get creative with effects and different photos styles. Or, you can step things up a notch and make use of PhotoDirector’s more advanced features, such as RGB curves and HSL tools.
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