Photo Editor Pro brings you essential features like filters, borders, cropping, saturation, and brightness, all of which are presented in a convenient UI that you can get used to right away. This lightweight editor is great for enhancing your images before sharing them online.
Aviary-powered editing tools: The editing tools Photo Editor Pro offers prove to be solid enough to satisfy most mobile users. The effects look professional: The crop tool feels responsive and comes with predefined aspect ratios for quick selections and the draw, splash, and other essential tools won't let you down, either.
Straight to the point: This app doesn't distract you with any optional features like collages, slideshows, or in-app purchases, enabling you to get straight to business by choosing an image from your device or taking one with your camera. The editing process itself is speedy, featuring a menu bar at the bottom of the screen that lets you apply effects and use the available editing tools in any order you please.
Effective one-tap enhancer: If you use your device's camera a lot, you'll appreciate the convenience of the one-tap enhancer, which improves the lighting and brings out the colors, rendering your image perfect for social media.
Frames and stickers require download: Before you can use frames and stickers, you have to download them from within the app. This shouldn't come as a surprise since the app weighs only 7.1MBs.
Bothering ads: The large banner at the bottom of the home screen won't bother you half as much as the constant fullscreen ads that pop up whenever you launch the app or finish editing an image.
No settings to configure: The lack of settings makes the app feel a little too basic for professional photographers. Settings for at least changing the size of saved images would come in handy.
Photo Editor Pro accomplishes what it promises, turning out to be a straightforward image editor for amateur photographers who want to apply filters, effects, stickers, and frames and do basic image editing and enhancing without too much hassle. Professional photographers, however, may find this app too basic for their needs, at least compared to more powerful Android image editors like Pixlr Express or PicsArt.