This image editing suite is the mobile version of Adobe Photoshop. Though smaller, it performs as well as its desktop counterpart. You get most of the features of the original, optimized for the small screen. The interface is simple and intuitive. If you’re familiar with Photoshop, you won’t have any issues finding what you need.
Edit various images
There’s a camera tool that lets you take a photo and start editing right away. You can use the quick refining options to enhance and have it ready to share. If not, save it as a new project for more precise adjustments. This is great when your Instagram filters don’t seem to cut it.
Adobe can upload images from your local drive or other sources like Facebook or Creative Cloud. You can also search for a picture on Google and edit it as a project. This feature is not very reliable and can freeze up sometimes.
Uses a lot of resources
Since it runs in high resolutions, this app is tough on your resources. You don’t want to use it for too long on older Android lest your phone overheats. It uses about 7% of battery an hour. That’s not too bad considering the smooth performance.
Runs well on mobile
This programme has a steep learning curve. If you’re only looking to brighten up your selfies, try a simpler app. Otherwise, it’s perfect for anyone with a passion for photo editing.