The 17 Best Photo Editing Apps for iPhone and Android in 2019


the 17 best photo editing apps for iphone and android in 2019

You need to capture attention.

This is extremely difficult to do. Especially in the age of social media when attention spans are shrinking to just eight seconds.

Still, photos are an effective way to catch someone’s eye – you know what they say, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” That’s why 32 percent of marketers say visual images are the most important form of content for their business.

But your photos better be good – competition is fierce.

So how can you make sure your images look amazing, catch people’s attention, and lead them to discover your brand?

Use the best photo editing apps available.

And which ones are the best? We’ve got you covered.

The Best Free Photo Editing Apps for iPhones and Android

1. Snapseed

Available on iOS and Android | Free

Best for: Advanced photo editing on a mobile device.

Snapseed Photo Editing App

Google’s Snapseed

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Top 10 Films of 2019 + Honorable Mentions

FlixChatter Film Blog

HAPPY NEW YEAR … and welcome to a new decade!

(I think you can still say that until end of Jan right? :D )

Well, it’s time for the obligatory Top 10 Best list. I usually post mine a bit later in January, but this year, time ran away with me as next week is already February! But hey, I think it’s still fine to post one’s top 10 list before the Oscars anyway.

Since there are still plenty of 2019 movies I have not seen yet, I should preface this post with the fact that I haven’t seen The Lighthouse, The Two Popes, Dolemite Is My Name, Uncut Gems, Honey Boy, The Irishman, etc. which might alter my current Top 10.

It goes without saying of course, that it’s my list… my criteria is that a film makes a lasting impression on me, combining the virtue of being

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Will Covid-19 certificates trigger biometric digital identity roll out?

Will Covid-19 certificates trigger biometric digital identity roll out?

Wrench in the Gears

It is week four of the Covid-19 pandemic lock-down. People have been told to get busy fashioning masks out of bits of cloth, hair bands, and filters they have around the house. The initial shock has worn off, and apparently we are supposed to gear up for the long haul as the global economy collapses around us. Unless you have a top-security clearance, your chances of knowing the full truth of what is happening is impossible.

What IS clear is that powerful global interests, including members of the World Economic Forum, are using this time of disruption and desperation to try and push through many elements needed to implement their Fourth Industrial Revolution program. This includes global digital currency, smart biometric surveillance, wearable technologies, online education, and tele-presence labor including tele-medicine and tele-therapy. All of this is happening against a back-drop of increased policing, diminished labor and environmental protections, and…

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Union crowds in Yesterday

Union crowds in Yesterday


Yesterday, everyone knew The Beatles. Today, only Jack remembers their songs.


Jack Malik (Himesh Patel, from BBC’s Eastenders) is a struggling singer-songwriter in a tiny English seaside town whose dreams of fame are rapidly fading, despite the fierce devotion and support of his childhood best friend, Ellie (Lily James, from Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again). Then, after a freak bus accident during a mysterious global blackout, Jack wakes up to discover that The Beatles have never existed… and he finds himself with a very complicated problem, indeed.

Union were the sole VFX vendor chosen to help create the mysterious blackout and enable Jack to perform to huge crowds of adoring fans.

Union illustrated the world’s blackout by gradually turning the lights out across the globe.  The additional context was provided by greenscreen shot sequences in Red Square and at a US baseball game.

From then on we’re in a…

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031_fod_0020_still_v01 (1)One Of Us, is a very busy studio in the middle of London.   They have recently worked on Matteo Garrone’s upcoming feature Pinocchio. The feature movie released in Italian has just had its international premiere at the Berlin Film Festival.

Drawing on Carlo Collodi’s original story from the 19th century, and the visuals based on Carlo Chiostri’s illustrations, the work by One Of Us ran to over 200 shots, which is nearly half an hour of screen time and features some of the most beautiful and ambitious work in their 15-year history. The screenplay sets a charming original children’s view of the tale, with a mix of puppetry, fully digital creatures and a mix of many prosthetic-digital hybrids.

Garrone’s Pinocchio has a fox and a cat portrayed with little more than make-up while a donkey, dogfish and some woodpeckers are completely CG.

The company became involved in the…

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1917 VFX

1917 VFX


Technicolor’s MPC has won the Oscar® for Visual Effects on 1917 at the 92nd Academy Awards.   Also, Roger Deakins won Best Cinematography for work on the same production.

Production VFX Supervisor Guillaume Rocheron accepted the award on behalf of MPC Film’s talented team of VFX artists, production crew and software engineers based in Montreal, London, Los Angeles and Bangalore.    “What an honor to be recognized by the Academy for our work on 1917!,” Rocheron said. “I am grateful for the opportunity to collaborate with Sam Mendes on such a unique and memorable film and I am proud to share this award with the team at MPC that made this cinematic experience possible.”

Working closely with Director Sam Mendes and Cinematographer Roger Deakins, MPC Film was proud to lead the visual effects work, with approximately 600 artists contributing to the film. The team’s work included digital environment extensions, including; No Man’s…

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Einstein back to life

Einstein back to life


Digital Actors have been a research topic at Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg’s Animationsinstitut, and Volker Helzle has been a chief researcher at the Filmakademie for many years.

In particular, Helzle and his team have focused on tool development for believable facial animation, using a reference to one of the greatest minds of the ages, Albert Einstein. This homage to the physicist and humanist investigates how documentary film formats can extend their horizon by meaningful inclusion of these digital actors.

Screen Shot 2019-12-08 at 2.40.00 pm Volker Helzle

“As most digital actor projects are related to high-end and heavy budget productions, we wanted to demonstrate how our tools can enable small production teams with limited budgets to realize a believable digital actor,” Helzle explains.  “In our exemplary production, we estimated the digital asset creation with 85 working days and 80 working days for each of the three episodes. Another goal was to build and release a reference for…

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Vài bức ảnh Việt Nam 2018

Cám ơn Táo về những bức ảnh

Táo Jo Travel

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