Android users are (sadly) used to playing second fiddle to Apple when it comes to getting app releases first. Case in point -- Adobe's "selfie-fixing" Photoshop Fix, which is now available on Google Play over a year after its iOS debut.
But let's try not dwell, shall we? Like its iOS counterpart, Photoshop Fix is free to download. It's a lightweight version of Photoshop, designed for tweaking your photo roll before sending it to your Instagram or Facebook page.
Despite its narrow focus, it is fairly feature-packed:
- Face-aware Liquify -- Make dramatic edits to facial features. Create a bigger smile, slim down those cheeks or edit other facial points with remarkable ease.
- Liquify -- Push, pull, rotate, swell or reshape any area to create subtle or drastic effects.
- Heal and patch -- Fix imperfections using content from surrounding areas and then blend the result.
- Smooth -- Simply paint to smooth or sharpen skin, landscapes or other content.
- Lighten and darken -- Add or remove light from specific parts of a photo.
- Color -- Desaturate to remove all color or to create a mix of color and black-and-white.
- Paint -- Get precise effects with an eyedropper that lets you sample colors, an adjustable brush and an eraser.
- Adjust -- Add vignettes and control exposure, contrast and saturation
- Defocus -- Blur part of a photo to draw attention to your key subject.
It's cruising along on four-ish stars on Google Play from over 400 reviews, so if you're interested, it's probably worth a look.