Best photo editing app?

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Best photo/image editing app

  1. Photogene

    47.4%
  2. Morph 123

    10.5%
  3. Face Melter

    15.8%
  4. GooeyFaces

    10.5%
  5. PhotoTwist

    10.5%
  6. Picoli

    52.6%
  7. GeneBlender

    10.5%
  8. Juxtaposer

    21.1%
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  1. deenybird

    deenybird New Member

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    BroadStBullies Well-Known Member

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    picolli. Its my favorite.
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    picoli is on sale now... unbeatable
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    I was two months back used the Phototwist,And I'm quite satisfied by this Software...
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    I tried a few but my favorite was photogene. What is picoli even good for?
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    I love photoshop mobile
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    For effects and simple crop/rotation I'd go with PhotoFX and ColorFX... they offer quite an extensive range off effects.
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    I'm satisfied with photoshop for simple contrast/brightness adjsutment, but I will most likely switch as soon as I find an app that can handle levels or some sort of more advanced control similar to that
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    whitch ones are free
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