Photo Editor Pro

Photo Editor Pro


Photo Editor Pro Description

Follow the Digital Trend - become a Pro at digital photography.


Photo Editor Pro is a wonderful app that allows you to explore and experiment with digital photography at its finest.

Photo Editor Pro screenshot

Install on PC & Mac

Check out our tutorials how to install Photo Editor Pro on PC, or Photo Editor Pro on Mac



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How To Uninstall
  1. Tap Settings Menu
  2. Open The Application Manager
  3. Select The App
  4. Press "Uninstall"
  1. Tap & Hold App Icon
  2. Wait Until All App Icons Wiggle
  3. Release & Tap Small "X" Icon Above App
  1. Open The "Apps List"
  2. Select App To Remove
  3. Wait For Menu To Open
  4. Tap "Uninstall" In Newly Opened Menu
  5. Confirm "Yes" To Uninstall App


Photo Editor Pro

Photo Editor Pro Review

Photo Editor Pro reviewerMarc

Photo Editor Pro offers a plethora of different features used to enhance and strengthen your digital mark on the world. When you're feeling down, it's fun to lighten the mood up by using Photo Editor Pro on your photographs to add neat filters and funny stickers.


Don't Like the Image? Change it Up!


If you're not happy with how a photo or selfie turned out, you can easily change the gradient color or tone to add an emotive sense to the photograph. Photo Editor Pro offers this awesome feature, making it a top choice in digital photo editing. 


In addition to the color and temperate changes, you can apply some fantastic filters to enhance your photograph and change the overall tone. In the end, you can take your masterpiece to the world wide web and expose it through different social media outlets.


Easy to Use


Photo Pro Editor is so easy even I can use it. Granted, my kids know all of the neat little tricks you can do with your photos, but I found it quite easy to figure out and get the motion going with changing photos in something funnier, or adding emotion. 


As an example, I had some neat photographs taken in nature of large thunderstorms. I used the sepia and black and white filter to add dramatic intensity to the size of the storms. It made them look more menacing at, and the same time, more beautiful. 


This is just a slice of what Photo Pro Editor can do for you. I highly recommend it to the first timer or the enthusiast.



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