Slicing and dicing up mobile photos.
Until they release SnapSeed for Android, Pixlr Express is tight! They might be the new mobile editing kid on the block, but Pixlr isn’t new to the editing game. I’ve been recommending Pixlr’s online software for a few years now. It’s a great alternative if you can’t afford software like Adobe Photoshop, and also if you’re on the go. Since it’s online, you can access it anywhere you have internet service.
I’ve had Pixlr Express installed since its release, but haven’t had a chance to use it much.
I ditched my iPhone for the Samsung Galaxy S3 when it was released. The only thing I miss, is SnapSeed. But Pixlr is quickly filling that void. The editing options are endless! And it’s fast. If you’re on Android, and have been looking for a solid photo editing app, this is my highest recommendation. My other favorite is PicsPlay Pro. Also, seriously Nice! And I use them all with my camera app of choice, Vignette.
Of course, you don’t have to chop your images. Pixlr Express has all the basic tools needed to help you make your mobile images better. But for me, mobile images are a way to have fun, not just document. I’m not worried about accuracy, and correct color. I’m worried about…nothing. I edit them until I like them.
Before on the left, after on the right.
Both of these mobile apps, also have a desktop app. They are all worth checking out! Do you use any of them?