Little Photo For Android Is A Neat Little Photo Editor With Simple Touch Controls
Yes, yes, I know; we’re featuring yet another image editing app. But when a developer goes above and beyond the call of duty to offer a seemingly endless inventory of manipulation options and effects, it’s only right we give it a mention.
Little Photo’s name seems to imply an innocuous app without a great deal on offer, but that assessment couldn’t be much farther from the truth. If you’re a bit of a power user of apps such as Instagram, Little Photo offers an impressive amount of extra effects to help your images stand out from the rest.
Of course, image editing shouldn’t always be about Instagram, and although I wouldn’t necessarily categorized Little Photo as a professionally-swayed application, you can use it to make some very plausibly-polished images.
There are seventy different effects and tools available in total, and the developer Moment has promised more will be on the way in the not-so-distant future. Active development and improvement is always a sign of a good investment, and although the app is already pretty impressive, it will surely get better if the dev’s words are backed up with actions.
It’s free to download, and although the “Little Photo Plug-in” can be purchased as an optional extra, 95 percent of the app’s total features are completely free of any charge. The paid plugins are, as you might expect, quite enticing, and include controls for brightness, contrast, exposure, skin smoothing, and front camera, among others. The plugin will set you back just shy of a cool four bucks, and although I can’t vouch for its content having not personally tried it, I do feel the free edition has enough about it to not necessarily warrant the upgrade.
Regardless, if you like a lot of features and editing options to make the very best of what your device’s camera can pump out, then give Little Photo a try by heading to the Google Play Store link below and get downloading. It has become my personal favorite in terms of image editing, and with nearly 30,000 five-star ratings by Android users, you needn’t just take my word for it.