The Reviews are True I have been sceptical of most photo editing apps on Android for a while, but this one blew all expectations away. Not only does it successfully edit pictures well, it goes a step beyond and allows you to superimpose them. The ability to erase the background of an image is rare in photo editors still, and is as good of an implementation as I have seen so far. The online help page is pretty good as well. This app is great, and I would happily donate a few dollars to the developer, as he/she has earned it.
Brilliant app in terms of working with layers and transparency.. better than Photoshop for Android! Would love support for saving a project/session for editing later and also locking layers as I always seem to move the wrong layer.. also support for undo on the main screen (if I move the wrong layer I want to jump back)... But overall an excellent image editor on the go. I would pay for this app to be developed further. Thanks!
Best layering app I am very pleased with the results I have been getting with this app. I have found that zooming is the best way to use the manual cut and repair features. The 11 layer (including background )is generous for most applications but I am doing an art project that requires much more. Wondering if if you, the developer of this app, have another app which allows even more layers? Thank you for this app which has been providing me with great results.
Okay, search over! Thanks for this app, I can now uninstall Pixlr which kinda became a bloated adware with all those sticker popups. This app just works and it's fast and powerful. Design could be better but that is not a complain as it already does perfectly what it promises. 10/10 thanks again
Extremely useful Great for layering pngs and keeps alpha. Has blur function to create glow effects. Every header and image on my site was partially created with this app. Thank you. Please remove layer limit tho and add opacity for background img and a way to size output image on saving. Closest to Photoshop a free droid app can get.
Very good but some issues. This doesn't appear to happen on my Nexus 7 but on my Note 10.1 2014 the blur feature corrupts the layer and it refused to load some images, possible due to their size. That said, for a free app this is great fun and the extraction is well executed, equal to or better than others using similar methods I've tried. Short of doing the editing manually in a full blown photo/art app, which would be far more time consuming, this is probably about as good as you'll get. Hopefully the devs will sort the blur issue.
- Square size is supported
- Performance improvements