Aviary started out as a marvelous suite of web apps for image creation and editing that received critical acclaim, and is finally available for mobile devices as a comprehensive photo editing app compatible with Android 2.2 and up. Weighing in at 4.4MB, it comes with 16 different tools to improve your pictures, and additional effects and sticker packs are available in the Play Store to use with it. From the very first screen, Aviary presents an easy-to-use interface that’s intuitive and attractive. The annotation tools are perhaps the weakest here; the Draw tool only includes a single round brush with various brush sizes and colors but no other brush tips or even shapes to highlight areas (to mark up a web page design, for example). The Meme tool allows you to add two lines of text, one at the top and one at the bottom of your photo to create meme-like images which you can share with friends for a laugh.
Aviary comes with 12 built-in effects in the Original pack, most of which I found overwhelmed the image and were therefore unusable. You can layer effects and adjustments on a photo in a single editing session, which is great for adding subtle effects of your own. Aviary is perhaps the best photo editing app out there, save for low scores in the effects and annotation departments. With interest in selfies seemingly intensifying — especially given the selfie stick fad — Athentech has found a way to boost its profile in the portrait arena with a new upgrade to its Perfectly Clear photo correction app for Android. The newly released version 4 prominently features updated Beautify tool algorithms that automatically detect gender, age and facial features to apply a more measured amount of correction — packed into a friendlier, updated user interface. While Perfectly Clear has always provided many of the same image editing tools as its slew of competitors, the app’s claim to fame is its method of improving flawed images. Most of the time, these built-in algorithms enhance images automatically without user input, though some images — despite the mightiest tweaking — cannot be salvaged.
Earlier versions of the app also emphasized improving facial features, and version 4 gets even more granular in specific areas so users don’t need to resort to specialty apps like Facetune or YouCam Perfect. Targeted to those with Android 5 (Lollipop) installed, the app’s camera features include a full-resolution high-speed burst mode, full-resolution panorama, HDR shots of fast-moving subjects, face, blink and smile detection and white balance controls. Perfectly Clear is localized in nine languages: English, French, German, Italian, Russian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese (Brazilian) and Spanish.

Jackie Dove was in charge of The Next Web's Creativity channel from February 2014 through October 2015. There are a fair number of editing tools out there, but none seemed to have the complete package of features, usability and fine-grained control over various parameters that I wanted.
When you fire up the app, you’re presented with a carousel of all the images on your device that are available for editing.
You can also set a file size limit for Aviary to save your edits and also specify which folders the app should look in to find photos for you to work on. You can begin with the basic tools to fix the brightness, contrast, saturation and warmth, and even sharpen slightly to add a little more detail if you need to.
I found that the Redeye tool performs well for the most part but has problems handling the circumference of eyes, leaving a thin circular path of red which is visible on images at full size. The ones I did like are called Singe, San Carmen and Strato, which offer nice aging and color toning.
Try adding a bit of warmth to a black-and-white image, or layer multiple effects on each other for some zany results. The rest of the tools work really well and make the app a must-have for mobile bloggers who need image editing firepower on the move. There are still a lot of (rather simple) things that are not there like gradual rotation and curve editting. The app’s photo browser lets you access images in the gallery and from various albums in one pane so you need not launch another app to view the images you want to improve.
Having come to terms with my phone camera, I now use it for discreet street photography, making note of locations and props I could use for upcoming photo shoots, and working on my composition.
You can also launch your default camera app from here to take a picture or use your preferred file viewer or gallery app to select one to work on.
You can then crop your image to remove unwanted elements in freeform mode or to suit a particular aspect ratio (for which a number of presets are available).

The Whiten tool does a great job of whitening teeth with just a few strokes of your finger (if only keeping your real teeth clean was this easy!). The Text tool is also limited in functionality and doesn’t support backspaces beyond the last-typed word. There are presently three additional effects packs called Grunge, Nostalgia and Viewfinder which you can buy. Plus, Aviary’s SDK is also publicly available so its tools can be baked into any other app if you need them, for free. Still, the vast range of tools, the level of control over them and the ease of use make this app a winner. This will not only make you lose info on when you shot the pic, but it also makes your pics appear out of sequence in gallery apps.
Just wanted to address a few things you mentioned could be better, as we are hard at work on updates. The basic tools are operated with a simple horizontally rotating wheel that offers realistic haptic feedback and fine-grained control over the parameter you’re working on.
The Blemish tool is fine for spots and pimples, but blurs skin if you try smooth patches by stroking, so use it sparingly. The stickers are fun though: you can add these to images, resize them and rotate them for a little fun with your photos. If you’ve been searching for a way to improve your phone photos, look no further than Aviary.
The company also says the app is much faster than earlier versions, though earlier versions were far from sluggish.

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