In this review article, we compare two popular photo editing apps for Apple devices – Quickshot and Snapseed. We’ll take a look at the main features, as well as who may benefit from using these mobile photography apps.
- Sky Control to bring back details in the sky
- Batch editing
- Large selection of enhancement presets
- Heal and eraser tools to remove unwanted objects
- Auto-fix “Magic” tool for auto-enhancements
Quickshot has a good selection of features for advanced photo editing. It appeals to both hobbyists and professionals as you can edit in as much or as little detail as you wish.
The sky control feature is something that Snapseed doesn’t have. Using this tool, you can easily improve the quality of the sky including bringing back detail and improving contrast and color. Also, there are useful healing tools to remove unwanted objects from photos.
The batch editing feature is also useful and something that Snapseed lacks. Using this feature, you can apply a preset edit to multiple photos at once. This is ideal if you have a large number of similar photos that you need to edit quickly.
Who is Quickshot it suitable for?
Quickshot is suitable for photographers who want quick, but detailed and professional edits for their photos. The advanced array of editing tools and features like Sky Control can be used by photographers on-the-go, to make quality edits for quick uploads to clients or social media.
- Transformation tools
- Spot repair to remove imperfections
- Add effects like vignette and lens blur
- Large choice of filters
- Stacking layers
Snapseed has a solid selection of photo editing tools. You can work with multiple layers which allow you to build up complex layers of editing on your photos. Also, it has a simple spot repair tool to remove any imperfections.
The various transformation tools also give you control over the basic composition of your images. The features are built for quickness and fast editing – it utilizes touch technology to improve the workflow. There is also a good selection of filters and preset edits to further speed up the editing process.
Who is Snapseed suitable for?
Snapseed is suitable for regular social media posters – those who want to upload quality images to Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook, for example.