Android photo editor

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Can anyone recommend an Android app for basic editing of Raw or JPeg images from my SLR whilst away touring.
Have tried a few but most seem very buggy or want to charge stupid money for the ability to save an image.
I want to download images to the tablet, do some basic editing and adjustments then save and send it to my photo sharing site Ipernity.com and or send via Whats App to my friends and kids/Gkids so that they have some idea where there old fella is.
Any recommendations will be looked at if not already discarded.
 

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Hi there
I use free "SNAPSEED", it's got loads of jpeg tools, but as Langtoflad said .. it is fiddly on your android screen.
I don't think it does RAW, however cloning and repairing, perspective and a host of image enhancers, crop and pen tool, it's very good but you'll need to practice with it.
 
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Is not an android screen a bit small to do any RAW editing?
Not easy but possible on a tablet.
Not looking for the finished article just possible cropping, brightness, level adjustments etc.
May well just use the jpeg for ease of use.

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Hi there
I use free "SNAPSEED", it's got loads of jpeg tools, but as Langtoflad said .. it is fiddly on your android screen.
I don't think it does RAW, however cloning and repairing, perspective and a host of image enhancers, crop and pen tool, it's very good but you'll need to practice with it.
Have tried Snapseed but do not find it very user friendly, may look at it again, as you say practice is needed
 
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Google Photos offers clipping, light adjustment and some filters - but you need to be on line.

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