Pixlr-o-matic for Android review
With Lightroom, the software just saves the original image and a recording of the steps in the process. That way, if I adjust exposure, crop, adjust color balance, and sharpness and finally save the image, later on I can open the image and just adjust the cropping to expose more of the original image without having to re-do the color balance and sharpness adjustments. But I can understand where this may be processor-limited on a phone - on the other hand, having to wait a couple of seconds while the phone catches up is better than having to manually repeat all the processes (and maybe not end up with quite what was wanted on the second application of those processes).
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