Bit heavy compared to snapseed. Defogging tool is incredible for saving old negatives from cameras before lens coating. Was five stars now I have used it for months reduced to three stars. Snapseed is the best photo editor by a significant margin. Photoshop editing is way over the top and needs taming into something like snapseed.
Not bad but could be better Great app for doing bits and bobs on photos, but not for other things which I need to use my desktop version. If I have one gripe, it's the memory usage. Quite high memory usage indeed. My old Samsung Galaxy S3 can't handle it, my HTC can cope but can also get sluggish. This app could be much better with a few extra features like text, draw and free rotate and crop as well as the current crop options
Used to be all I needed Idk if it's the newest update or what, but I can't get any photos to load in the app anymore. Just the spinning circle laughing in my face mocking me like the evil temptress it is.
Perfect but filenames Photoshop still does not care of preserving the original filenames in saved images. It is too easy to delete a preset (look) accidentally, while scrolling. Better to make 'Delete Looks' accessible from menu. Add +/- at the ends of the slider for fine adjustment. Why only 3 stars? For filenames.
Ignore this, and jump into Lightroom! I am much happier with all of the detailed controls that you can do in Lightroom rather than in Photoshop Express. For a professional photographer it is much more versatile than Photoshop Express. While Photoshop Express would be great for an amateur just beginning to tweak their photographs, I was unhappy with it as a professional
Keeps crashing Being a graphic designer I didn't expect Adobe to launch such a frustrating app (keeps crashing). Have been using Adobe products for more than a decade, this mobile app is really a disappointment - hope they fix it soon...🙄
What's New :
• Bug fixes.
Photo collage maker & photo editor, best editor with amazing layouts for collage