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iOS US$3.99 The iOS App Store dubbed Enlight as the 2015 App of the Year, and for good rea­son too. It gives you the stan­dard tools found in apps listed here but it adds a hand­ful of unique perks. There's a Re­fit func­tion for users to 'squeeze' a photo, bring­ing sub­jects nearer with­out dis­tort­ing them. If you're familiar with mask­ing brushes found in desk­top photo ed­i­tors, you'll be de­lighted to learn that Enlight has it too. Fi­nally, there are ad­justable Mixer and Re­shape tools: the former for com­bin­ing two pho­tos for a double ex­po­sure ef­fect, and the lat­ter makes your sub­jects take an en­tirely dif­fer­ent shape. There will be times when a photo only needs a cap­tion, or you just want to put some­thing pre­sentable on­line within a short time­frame, Qwik comes with more than 600 pre­made art­work, over 50 fil­ters, and 50+ fonts for ty­pog­ra­phy – all of which will only in­crease in num­ber over time. You can ad­just color tem­per­a­ture and ori­en­ta­tion of the pre­sets to shake things up too. The app up­dates its of­fer­ing based on com­mu­nity feed­back, on top of promis­ing photo edit­ing in mere sec­onds. This app is great for ca­sual food pho­tos and self­ies - es­pe­cially when the other pro­fes­sional op­tions are too much to han­dle.

Qwik lets you cre­ate ca­sual pho­tos in a mat­ter of sec­onds with its siz­able bank of pre­sets, al­low­ing plenty of cre­ativ­ity with min­i­mal ef­fort.

All the key func­tion­al­i­ties with a lit­tle bit more, such as this Re­fit tool that can 'squeeze' sub­jects to­gether with­out squash­ing them.

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