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PicSay for Android

By Shinycore Software Free Editors' Rating

Editors' Review

shelbybrown Mar 8, 2010

Add word bubbles, word art titles, and clip art graphics to a snap and suddenly your picture is worth a heck of a lot more words than a thousand. PicSay's free, fun app also handles photo-editing basics like color temperature, contrast, and funky effects, though it does lack other tools like cropping and sharpening, which you would expect to be shoo-ins. Sharing your creations through e-mail and social networking sites is a big draw; choosing from multiple picture resolutions makes it practical.

Full Specifications

What's new in version

Version fixes crash when loading an image.


Release July 11, 2011
Date Added July 1, 2011

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Android
Additional Requirements Android 1.5 and above.


Total Downloads 6,087
Downloads Last Week 1
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Developer's Description

With PicSay for Android improve your photos with color corrections. Be creative with paint, word balloons, and props. Or have fun with distortions, cutouts, and special effects. All in an intuitive easy-to-use interface, making PicSay for Android the perfect all-in-one solution for editing images on your Android powered device. Add text with ease using styled word balloons and titles. Make fun of your friends by decorating their pictures with hair, glasses, beards, and other props. Or get the message across with your picture by adding various pointers, symbols, and other shapes. Draw attention to your subject with a technique known as Selective Desaturation. Cut out any part of one picture and place it on another. Mix heads, ears, hats, or any other object or body part.