One of the coolest features on Apple iPhones is the onboard camera, which allows you to quickly take snaps on your iPhone. While the snaps taken with the iPhone camera are of good quality, there are a number of free iPhone photo editor apps that allow you to adjust and add effects to your photos, saving you the trouble of transferring them to a desktop PC for editing. You can even upload your photos directly to social networks from a few of the apps, where your effects will catch the eyes and attract loads of people to view your photos.
Top Free iPhone Photo Editor Apps
Instagram is an extremely popular app which allows you to snap, edit and share images on social networks. All you have to do is sign up for a free Instagram account and you can then use the app to edit your photos and add effects from a selection of 15. You can then use the app to share your edited photos online and also to view photos of your friends. Instagram can be linked to your Facebook account for easy sharing.
PicsArt for iPhone includes advanced and basic photo editing tools and filters. In addition to adding masks and corrections to your images you can also draw on the photos with a selection of brushes or add further graphics to them. PicsArt has gone from being one of the most popular photo editor apps on Android devices to iPhones with this new app.
Moquu is an app which allows you to take a stream of photos and make them into an animated gif. You can then add a series of cool effects to your photos, before being able to upload them to the web. Not a bad app when you don’t have to pay a penny.
Phonto is a photo-editing app that allows you to add text to your photos, offering from a selection of over 200 fonts as well as the ability to add more. Within the iPhone app you can edit your text and adjust the size and colour, plus add shadows and rotate the text to your desired position.
Adobe Photoshop Express
Photoshop is the first app that comes to mind when most people think of photo editing. In contrast to the expensive desktop version, the iOS version is free but only comes equipped with a few tools, allowing you to crop, rotate and add simple effects to your images. You can also adjust the exposure, tint, saturation and contrast, making Photoshop Express a useful app for basic photo editing.