Photoshop

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    I want a good photoshop app, one that I can alter photo,s which one is the best on the market free or paid ??
     
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    Depends on what you want to do. If you need layers, channels, extracting subjects from backgrounds, or other complex tasks, better stick with Photoshop on the desktop. For simple cropping and color correction, it's hard to beat the free Snapseed app. Its interface is, um, nonstandard...but it's designed to use with a finger, and works brilliantly once you get used to it.

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    Take a look at Adobe Photoshop Touch in the App Store.

    Does layers, selections, etc. Pricey (compared to some of the others) but looks interesting.
     
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    Filterstorm, Photogene and Snapseed. Filterstorm probably gives you the closest to PS of the 3 but Photogene and Snapseed give you a lot of options for selective editing.
     
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    I want a photoshop app that can alter photos by taking out wrinkles smoothing lines altering the body shape etc....
     
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    Actually, I think Laminar Pro would be the closest to Adobe Photoshop on the desktop. I have too many of these things and find myself in iPhoto for quick touches, but Laminar for much more detailed work. It does well with HDR processing as it will work with layers and masks very well. Dont recommend this on the iPad 2, but for the 3 and 4 it is great.
     

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