Apple iPad is a real substitute for a desktop computer. Though device is not meant to capture photos, yet you can use iPad for editing pictures, storing them and even making screenshots. If you love to play with photos then you’ll easily end up getting photo apps in AppStore. However, when you are looking out for quicker results, you need some of the best photo applications for iPad.
Below, here is the list of top 10 best free photo apps for iPad that help you edit photos, make photo collages, upload photos from iPad to popular online photo storages, create photo slideshows on iPad, get rid of red eyes, blur or any unwanted objects on your pictures, add artistic style and feel. In a word, these top free iPad photo editors will make your photos look even better on your gadget.
FotoFlexer is a free online photo editor. It creates collages, offers photo effects and animates your pictures easily. FotoFlexer edits pictures from Facebook, Picasa, Flickr photo albums, and process images from your computer.
Like other online photo editors, FotoFlexer resizes, crops, rotates, removes red eyes, adjusts colors and adds frames for your pictures. But there is a handy feature – photo animation. FotoFlexer can animate Facebook avatars with stars and sparkles, make animated Gifs for Google+ or decorate family photos.
Decades ago we collected printed photos in dedicated albums like “Our kids”, “Anniversary”, “The newly born”, “Wedding”, “Graduation”, etc. Now we store pictures online, on our computers, iPads and smartphones, so to say, to always have images at hand. But often they lack that special spirit of old family photo albums. Smilebox, a free online web service for scrapbooks and photo slideshows, was introduced to change this situation once and forever.
Today I’d like to introduce an excellent free online collage maker called Photovisi. I bet if you try it, you will fall in love with Photovisi collage maker like me. The app hooks you from the first second you spend at this website by ingenious and crafty collage templates, simplicity of collage making and no hidden limits.
I’m not very good at PhotoShop and I mostly use Paint to edit images. Yes, I know that it’s not the best choice, but at least Microsoft guys have introduced a lot of good tools in 2010 Office program versions. But just imagine my frustration and amazement when I discovered that Microsoft Word has even more image editing features than Paint!
Picnik is one of the first web-based photo editing applications. It was invented by 3 game developers in Seattle in 2007. Their main idea was to create an easy and fun photo editing tool that would live in the browser. It meant that Picnik should be accessible to everyone from any web device. Nowadays you can hardly amaze anybody with online photo editing software. But 5 years ago it was a real cutting edge.