Youcam is also good
Tried it and it wanted me to sign up for some service (I refused), it then wanted me to find my friend (why?), then I tried to import a picture (finally) and the app stopped responded. Then I uninstalled it
Weird! I never experienced any of these issues, not sure what happened for you.
In VSCO? It didn't ask for a sign up?
Ohhh! I misunderstood, thought you were referring to Snapseed. I actually still have yet to download VSCO.
Let me know what you think. I never got a chance to actually edit anything. It doesn't show up as an editor in my gallery either like Snapseed.
your a girl?!?!
Snapseed is fantastic. Supports dng.
I edit in vsco first and then snapseed.
Polarr is brilliant too, distortion removal is a charm. Yet to use it extensively.
Hmm, just tried it. Personally not a fan. Like you said it forces you to make an account, and the UI is far less user-friendly. Took me far too long to find out how to upload an image and edit it, and once I got to that stage the editing capabilities had crap UI as well, and were pretty lackluster. Overall, not too impressed, haha. I'll be sticking to Snapseed.
I and no idea!!!
Ok, now i tried snapseed and pixlr, very good
Picsart is awesome, but i removed it because it works only with registration, and i don't like it
Vsco seems great and simply
Snapseed is best according to me for normal photographers to get a good quality pic
What's the most simplest for my mum to use?
Snapseed appears to be the best around in terms of ease of use too
Pixlr and Snapseed is my 2 go to. Pixlr for quick fix, Snapseed for more thorough edit because that thing has so much tools to play with.
Snapseed is my Goto app for simple editing. Will try the others as well. Thanks for sharing.
Snapseed is easy to use and thus so popular ... really good for starters....
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