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Packing a 16MP rear camera and a 24MP front-facing camera, the Vivo V7+ also has a custom audio chip to deliver refined sound. We got our hands on the Vivo V7+ and here are our first impressions of the device.

Vivo V7+ Specifications

Key Specifications Vivo V7+



Screen Resolution

1,440 x 720 HD+

Operating System

Android 7.1 Nougat based FunTouch OS 3.2




Qualcomm Snapdragon 450


Adreno 506



Internal Storage


Expandable Storage

Up to 256GB via microSD card

Primary Camera

16MP with f/2.0 Aperture with flash, Portrait Bokeh, HDR

Secondary Camera

24MP with f/2.0 Aperture, Soft selfie flash and Beauty Mode, Group Selfie, Inbuilt Filters

Video Recording

Up to 1,080p, Slow Motion, Time Lapse


3,225 mAh



Sim Card Type

Dual Nano Sim + microSD Card


155.87 x 75.74 x 7.7 mm


160 grams


Rs. 21,990

Physical Overview

On the front, you have a 5.5-inch display with camera sensor and soft flash on top. On-screen navigation buttons are at the bottom of the display.

At the back, you get a small bumped-out rear camera, accompanied by a flash. This module sits to the top left corner of the Vivo V7+. A Fingerprint sensor and the ‘Vivo’ branding sit around the center of the device.

Coming to the sides, you get Volume Rockers and the lock button on the right side and SIM tray on the left. You can use two nano Sim cards and a memory card at the same time.

The Vivo V7+ features a 3.5mm audio jack, a micro USB port, and a Speaker Grille at the bottom.


The Vivo V7+ features a 5.99 inch HD+ display with 18:9 Aspect Ratio and a resolution of 1,440 x 720 pixels. This is an IPS LCD panel and the display is bright and crisp under sunlight as well. You will notice certain glare under direct sunlight, but the display is bright enough.


With a camera centric approach, the Vivo V7+ sports a 16MP rear camera with f/2.0 aperture and Bokeh effect. A 24MP front-facing camera is given for selfies. The front camera features a soft selfie flash for low light selfies.

Camera UI

The overall camera user interface on the Vivo V7+ is easy to use and navigate. With just a swipe you can access different modes of the camera. Flash, HDR and camera switch commands are neatly placed on the top of the screen.

Camera Samples Daylight Artificial Light

When we tested the Vivo V7+ indoors, we got good results from the camera. The color retention is good and detailing is not compromised for sharpness, which is good too. There is no shutter lag in artificial lighting as well.

Low Light

Low light is where we found the Vivo V7+ struggling a little with focus. The detailing was also lower when compared to artificial light photography. While the overall results are satisfactory, tiny grains can be spotted on zooming into the low light images.

Front camera Sample

Hardware and Performance

The Vivo V7+ is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 processor coupled with Adreno 506 GPU. This combination is complemented by 4GB RAM and 64GB ROM, along with 256GB expandable storage.

Considering the device’s price tag, the Vivo V7+ should have been powered by a more powerful processor. However, even with a Snapdragon 450 processor, we did not experience any lag on the device even while gaming on it.

On the software front, the Vivo V7+ runs on Android 7.1 Nougat topped with FunTouch OS 3.2. With Vivo’s optimized skin, you get an eye-protection mode, a drop down search toggle, tapping on fingerprint sensor takes a Selfie, and other smart features.

Pricing and Availability

Vivo has priced this phone at Rs. 21,990 and the device will be coming in Matte Black and Champagne Gold colors. The device is available for pre-booking now on Amazon India. The Vivo V7+ will go on sale from September 15.


So with the Vivo V7+, Vivo has done a good job with the display and cameras. Performance of the device is also optimized but a more powerful processor would definitely compliment it. Even though the phone lacks a metal build, even the plastic build gives the device a premium look.

All in all, the Vivo V7+ comes with  a good display, decent camera and audio experience. For those looking for a camera centric device, the Vivo V7+ is a good option.

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How To Install Android P Beta On Vivo X21 And Vivo X21 Ud

Google launched the first developer preview of Android P back in March and at the I/O 2023, the search giant published the first public beta of the OS alongside the second developer preview.

Unlike before, Android P beta is no longer limited to Google Pixels. Thanks to Project Treble, it’s now possible for other non-Google users to enjoy the beta version of Android P on their devices – and one such group is the one using the Vivo X21 and its counterpart, Vivo X21 UD.

Check out: Download Vivo X21 stock wallpapers

These two were unveiled earlier this year, but it’s the latter variant that has been stealing the headlines thanks to its industry-first in-display fingerprint scanning technology. That aside, Vivo wants to make the pair even better devices with the early introduction of Android P, but unlike your typical updates, Vivo X21 and Vivo X21 UD users will have some work to do before getting aboard the new ship.

Also read: These devices will receive Android P update

How to install Android P beta on Vivo X21 and Vivo X21 UD

Vivo, like many other Chinese OEMs, is not usually among the names that come up when talking about software updates, leave alone timely software updates. However, it seems the power of Project Treble is indeed exemplary as the company is now among the first ever non-Google OEMs to run an Android developer preview on its devices.

So, you must be asking, how do I get Android P beta on my Vivo X21 or Vivo X21 UD? Well, you are in the right place because here, we have a simple guide on how to install the new OS on your device and as long as you stick to the provided instructions, no harm should come to your device, but first, make sure you have created a backup of all files stored on the phone because everything will be lost after the upgrade to Android P beta.

How to install:

Download the system image from the official Vivo Android P developer preview page

If you downloaded the system image on your computer, transfer the downloaded package to your Vivo X21 or Vivo X21 UD handset’s root storage (don’t save the package inside a folder)

Tap on the package and an upgrade prompt box will show up on your screen

Tap on “Start upgrade” to begin the process

Wait for a few minutes as the phone automatically upgrades to Android P beta.

It’s worth noting that the Vivo X21 and X21 UD Android P beta updates will not be rolled out over the air. Instead, the company will provide downloadable system images that can be flashed to the devices. After the current beta, the Vivo X21 and X21 UD will also receive two more beta updates on June 15th and July 30th, after which the stable version will be outed, probably somewhere in August or September.

Also read: The best Android P features to look forward to

Another thing worth noting is that at the moment, Vivo has taken down the links to Android P beta for the two X21 phones. The company says [translated from Chinese via Google Translate] that “Due to unsuccessful partial machine feedback updates, the download link is temporarily closed, and troubleshooting is resolved.” When exactly the links will be back is still unknown, but it shouldn’t take too long.

Since this is a beta version of Android P, it’s not fit for use as your daily driver. In fact, Vivo has already identified a number of bugs that you may come across and they include the inability to make video calls, no support for facial recognition, the camera only supports the most basic camera and video functions, Bluetooth does not support playing music, Fingerprint payment function does not support, and so on.

Hands On With The Apple Ipad

I had the opportunity to spend some hands-on time with the long-awaited Apple iPad tablet after today’s much-hyped press event. Unfortunately, I was a bit underwhelmed: I can see a lot of really useful applications for the iPad, but the reality is that it looks and behaves like an iPhone (or iPod Touch) on steroids. And that’s not exactly a good thing.

While the iPad is super slim at only a half-inch thick, I had some difficulty handling it. At 1.5 pounds, it is too heavy to hold in one hand, which is troublesome if you plan on using it as an e-reader. Other e-readers, like Amazon’s Kindle 2 or the COOL-ER e-reader, are much lighter in hand and therefore make for a much more comfortable user experience. Using two hands is much more comfortable, but if you’re reading a long novel, that could get quite tiresome.

iPad OS: A giant iPhone interface

One of the biggest rumors leading up to the event was that iPhone OS 4.0 would be released in conjunction with the iPad. Instead, the iPad is running iPhone OS 3.2 (which has not been released for actual iPhones yet).

The lack of a fresh, new interface for the iPad is disappointing. There might be some incremental differences between versions 3.1 and 3.2, but to me on the surface, the iPad’s interface looked exactly like a blown-up version of my iPhone 3GS’. And in my opinion, the OS doesn’t translate very well from the much smaller iPhone 3G to the iPad. It’s not so much about the touch aspect of the interface; in fact, navigating by touch is a huge benefit on this roomy screen, superior to, say, the joystick-based navigation of the comparably sized, non-touch Amazon Kindle DX screen. But images, icons, and text aren’t as crisp as expected on the higher-resolution iPad. I found it much like watching standard definition video on an HDTV; Apple doesn’t seem to have optimized the operating system’s visuals for the iPad’s display.

Like the rest of the OS, the touch keyboard is a larger version of the iPhone’s. But unlike on the iPhone, the keyboard has no letter magnification when you press a key, and I found I missed this visual cue immensely. And unsurprisingly, it lacks haptic feedback (part of Android phones). You get no physical or visual feedback when you press a key and that’s frustrating if you’re trying to pound out a long e-mail. The experience, oddly, is akin to typing on the native Android OS’ touch keyboard.

Apple will be offering a keyboard dock accessory, which gives you an actual physical keyboard to work with ($69). You can also place it in the iPad Case ($39), which allows you to angle it slightly. This feels much more comfortable than just laying the tablet flat and typing. Both of these items are sold separately, though.

iPhone apps don’t fly on iPad

One of the big concerns among developers and users before the iPad’s announcement was whether iPhone apps would work on the device. Thankfully, they do, but the experience isn’t exactly ideal. You can either view an iPhone app as a small window or doubled to fill the display. I demoed the Assassin’s Creed and Oregon Trail apps, and was put off by the obvious pixelation. Text in Facebook looked fuzzy, too.

Luckily, the iPad isn’t shipping for another 60 days, so hopefully more content will be developed by then. And who knows? Some of the issues I’ve noticed on this demo unit may be fixed by then.

Right now, I’m not sold on either the hardware or the software. But excellent, optimized content might change my opinion.

Hands On With The New Microsoft Edge (Chromium Version)

Microsoft’s much anticipated Edge Chromium browser is finally here. While there are many other browsers based on Chromium, the new Edge has been optimized for Windows 10. With an “if you can’t beat ’em, join ’em” motto, it looks like the new browser could pose a significant challenge to the decade-old reign of Google Chrome.

Whether or not it can catch up with Chrome is another matter. Compared to the previous Edge browser, the new Edge is a different beast. It does not feel clunky, unfamiliar or unstable. By capturing the essence of a Chromium build, Microsoft seems to have corrected its previous errors. In fact, not too many people are going to miss the older Edge.

In this hands-on review, we will look at why you must give this new browser serious consideration.

1. Compatibility with Google Chrome

For too long, Microsoft browsers have lived under the shadow of their more successful Google counterpart. This explains why the whole design of the New Edge is to assist users migrating from Chrome without hassles. After you download and install the software, you will be immediately asked whether you want to import your entire Chrome profile.

The new Edge extensions are fully compatible with Chrome extensions, which is again a big plus. Just enable an option called “Allow extensions from other stores,” then visit the Chrome extensions webpage and add any extension to Edge as if you never left Chrome in the first place.

Of course, Microsoft has its own set of extensions for you to populate Edge with.

2. UI Appearance

The browsing experience on the new Edge does not feel any different from Chrome. Unlike the older Edge, the menu icons have greater space. Every menu option is right where you’d find them in the Chrome browser, which makes the browsing experience very intuitive. Microsoft has finally listened to user feedback and gotten rid of some clunky items which were not very popular, such as Web Notes.

3. Performance

Multitaskers rejoice! If you felt the older Edge was a drain on your time and energy, the new Chromium version will erase those bad memories really quickly. Microsoft has indeed shown remarkable improvement in multi-tabbed performance speed.

Based on my experience, the new Edge even outdid Google Chrome on CPU performance. The exact same tabs were open on both browsers, and Edge’s CPU utilization was consistently less compared to Chrome. It did consume slightly more memory, but that is nothing compared to the older Edge.

Note: this result is for a Windows 10 laptop.

The new Edge has an option called “Browser Task Manager,” which allows you to keep a tab on the browser windows which are consuming more memory. I had 81 tabs open at one point, and it did not slow down my laptop.

4. Speed and Stability

A routine check at chúng tôi gave the new Edge a score of 358.19 which is just slightly below Chrome’s 371.87. However, the actual speed doesn’t feel any slower for Edge anymore. The scrolling effort is minimal in all browser windows and tabs.

The 4K rendering of YouTube videos on the new Edge browser is a brilliant achievement. The videos stream is as fast as Chrome. You need not visit the YouTube website either as Bing maintains an intuitive collection of related searches of all YouTube videos, which only goes to indicate the level of competition between the two browsers. This is a nice feature which I really like using.

In an Acid test, which measures a browser’s animation-rendering capabilities at chúng tôi the new Edge scored the same (97/100) as Google Chrome. Also, the HTML5 testing score (481) was identical for Version 79 of both browsers. For most practical purposes, Edge is no longer behind Chrome in terms of speed and stability: the gap has been erased for good. 

5. Privacy

From a privacy standpoint, there is a clearly available option to prevent Microsoft from using your browser history or syncing the account.

Further, from “Settings” you can block a majority of trackers using a Strict option.

Final Verdict

Around a year ago, after a head-to-head performance comparison, we had written off Edge, believing it “has a long way to go before it can catch up with Chrome.” But that was its previous buggy version which will soon be forgotten. The new Microsoft Edge Chromium is the real deal and a pleasant surprise, which you must try to believe.

Personally, as a Chrome user for the last twelve years, I am seriously thinking of switching over to Chromium Edge. In fact, as soon as I started writing this article on Chrome, I couldn’t resist finishing the piece on this new browser. With Chromium Edge, scrolling long pages seems less of an effort, as this thing seems naturally designed for Windows laptops. Even with multi-tasking, the CPU load feels light as a feather in comparison to Chrome; and of course, the exact same user experience is a big plus.

Sayak Boral

Sayak Boral is a technology writer with over eleven years of experience working in different industries including semiconductors, IoT, enterprise IT, telecommunications OSS/BSS, and network security. He has been writing for MakeTechEasier on a wide range of technical topics including Windows, Android, Internet, Hardware Guides, Browsers, Software Tools, and Product Reviews.

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Hands On: Office 2023 Preview Focuses On Data

Microsoft isn’t building Office 2023 for you. It’s building Office for y’all. 

“We are moving from Office for us, to Office with others,” Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella declared during Microsoft’s Build keynote last week.

Microsoft released the consumer preview of Office 2023 on Monday. You won’t find dramatic redesigns of its user interface—those are reserved for the universal Office apps that Microsoft has built or is building for its mobile platforms.

Intelligence knits the Office 2023 apps together, as does a palpable sense of collaboration. If you download and test the new suite, you’d be well-served testing it with a friend or a group of colleagues. Many of the new features encourage you to weave data together from diverse sources in the hopes that it will reveal insight.

Office 2023 also shifts how we interact with data in one important way: It actively encourages you to share data via the cloud, rather than files that you download and append to documents. The “death of downloading” hasn’t happened yet, but it seems nigh.

Microsoft released the preview on Monday. I downloaded a 32-bit version of the Office preview using the Office 2023 preview download methods my colleague Brad Chacos described, replacing the version of Office 2013 installed on my test machine. You can also install it through an Office 365 subscription if you have one. 

Remember, this is a preview. After this story was written, the Surface 3, my test machine, crashed. When it rebooted and updated, Outlook and other Office apps wouldn’t launch. An error message said the operation failed due to an installation problem, and I’d be forced to reinstall.

No Google-like collaboration, yet

Like many writers, my go-to Office application is Microsoft Word. Given Microsoft’s goal of making Google Apps-like real-time collaboration one of the selling points of Office 2023, I eagerly loaded Word to test it out. 

Mark Hachman

Outlook 2023 on the Microsoft Surface 3.

The way Google Apps permits multiple authors to collaborate is the way I expect collaboration to work: multiple authors making real-time changes to a document, with appropriately colored cursors identifying who is making each change. Microsoft provides that experience within Office Online, but not within the Office desktop apps—yet. 

Since the Office 2023 preview is literally a work in progress, real-time co-authoring will eventually be added before the software is released as a final product. It’s not there now. Currently, the co-authoring experience is much more like Office 2013 than anything else.

I quickly hacked together a test document in Word 2023 and sent it off to Brad Chacos via Outlook 2023. As Microsoft executives noted Tuesday morning, Word automatically tries to save into OneDrive by default—specifically OneDrive for Business. Then, when you send a file via Outlook, the file isn’t actually sent—just a link is, and the user is invited to co-edit the document with the appropriate permissions. (You can also share files directly from Office applications in both Office 2013 and Office 2023.) Office 2023 also defaults to a list of recently used files when you attach a document, generally listing the latest one first. Mark Hachman

In Outlook 2023, most file “attachments” are links to the file stored in OneDrive. If the file isn’t there, it will be attached.

What we expected to happen, of course, was for Word to allow us to edit the document collaboratively in Word 2023, or else for Office to open Office Online and do it there. Brad was able to sign in with his PCWorld/IDG credentials and open the document in-app, but the “real-time” collaboration was more like playing checkers than Pong. Once Brad saved, I could see his edits, but only if I weren’t trying to edit the same text field at the time. An alert box also let me know that I wouldn’t be seeing real-time updates, just static changes. 

Mark Hachman

In Word 2023, this seems to be the extent of “real-time editing,” for now.

Otherwise, most Office 2023 apps are virtually identical to Office 2013, for now. I did notice a slightly narrower, less legible menu font during my testing on a Surface 3, compared to what Brad saw on his desktop, which could be a scaling issue with our different displays. 

Other promises still to keep

One of the more useful features of Office 2023 is the specialized search bar at the top of many of the Office apps. The “Tell me” bar, as Microsoft calls it, invites you to ask in the search field how to perform actions (such as adding footnotes), rather than hunt the feature down through a maze of menus. The best part is that it doesn’t tell you how to perform a specific function; it simply offers you a simple step to actually do it.

Mark Hachman

The “Tell me” search bar allows you to simply ask the app what you want to do. At this point, it doesn’t work all that well.

Unfortunately, it sometimes flops. In Outlook 2023, I tried searching for “out of office,” instead of the more Office-like “automatic replies.” Neither query worked, whether as a search for the terms themselves or a more naturally-phrased query. In Word, however, searches for “insert bold text,” “insert footnote,” and “find Web art” all brought up what I was looking for.

One drawback, however, is the “Tell me” bar doesn’t actually reveal in what menu your search result is hiding, so you don’t learn how to find it yourself next time. Short of becoming dependent upon Tell me, perhaps a secondary “take me there” button makes sense too, at least as an option.

Mark Hachman

Groups within Office 2023.

Outlook 2023 also has one feature that Microsoft didn’t highlight: Groups, an chúng tôi feature that’s now been added to the Outlook 2023 app.

Intelligence and business insights in Excel

Visually, Excel 2023 at this point looks virtually identical to its Office 2013 version. The difference, however, is what’s under the hood. 

You can quickly extrapolate forecasts in Excel 2023.

I didn’t see anything new or noteworthy in either OneNote or PowerPoint. I did notice that notes loaded slowly in the new app, but that may have been a quirk of my network.

(Microsoft has also released a list of all the new features in the Office 2023 preview.)

Still to come: Apps that will talk to another

Microsoft’s new extensability APIs that it rolled out last week blaze the trail for the future of Office, enabling more collaboration not just between users, but between the apps themselves. Remember, we can expect a future where Cortana understands when your next meeting is, how long it will get there, and flags an nearby Uber car to pick you up at the appropriate time.

Eventually, Office apps won’t just talk to each other, but hold their own conversations with outside apps.

Eventually, that capability will spread throughout the Office suite, but that will take time. Chris Johnson, a group product marketing manager at Microsoft, said last week at Build that Microsoft was opening up APIs behind OneNote, for example, but the extensibility shown on stage wasn’t yet there. “Being able to surface developers, interrogations, or solutions… inside our products, we see as really key to building nice productivity solutions,” he said.

Like the Windows 10 Insider program, expect new capabilities to be added to Office 2023 over time. The key question: Will Microsoft do enough to lure you off the preview when it expires? Because you’ll be in step with Microsoft as Office 2023 rolls out, you’re in good shape to answer that question.

Updated at 10:45 AM to clarify that the technical preview is a work in progress, and that real-time co-authoring and collaboration will eventually be added, according to Microsoft.

Best Selfie Apps For Iphone To Take Perfect Selfies In 2023

Selfies have taken over the world and redefined how we express ourselves and communicate. Whether it’s for social media or chatting with loved ones, we all take selfies all the time. Self-timer camera apps have made the process easy. But it’s also nice to enhance your shots with filters, effects, corrections, and enhancements. If this sounds like fun, let’s check out our round-up of best selfie apps for iPhone.

1. BeautyPlus: Editor’s Choice

BeautyPlus is your go-to selfie camera to snap attractive photos. Make the most of several AR filters to decorate your images. There are several editing tools to let you design photos to your heart’s content. For instance, you can erase blemishes, smooth skin, brighten eyes, whiten teeth, and contour skin. It also allows you to blur the background and use enhanced lighting.

You can also apply makeup effects to elevate your appearance. Further, there are over 200 themed filters and effects to make your shots look unique. It’s also regularly updated with adorable AR stickers to add some fun. It’s super easy and enjoyable to use, which is why it’s one of our top picks.

Price: Free (BeautyPlus Premium – Monthly – $5.99)


2. Snapchat

Snapchat is the original selfie app that changed the way we communicate with photos. Whether it’s hilarious face filters or funny captions to photos, this is one of the most captivating social media apps out there.

Moreover, new selfie lenses and filters are added every day. So it’s incredibly fun to change the way you look, dance with your 3D Bitmoji, and even play games with your face! Chat and video call with friends and express yourself with Friendmojis. These are exclusive Bitmojis made just for you and a friend.

Price: Free (In-app Purchases start from $5.99)


3. Airbrush

Achieve perfection and take your social media to the next level with Airbrush. It’s an excellent app to make your selfies look flawless. It’s fast, powerful, and easy to use, making it an excellent tool for any selfie lover.

Go ahead and say goodbye to pimples, wrinkles, uneven skin tone, and any other imperfections. Whiten teeth, smoothen out your skin and look your best in every photo. The editing tools are natural and easy to use. Plus, you can share your AirBrush photos onto your favorite social media accounts.

Price: Free (In-app Purchases start from $5.49)


4. Perfect 365

Check out one of the best makeup apps that can transform your selfies into works of art. Try out different looks created by beauty and check out the latest fashion trends like red carpet looks and more.

There are more than 20 makeup and beauty tools at your disposal, from shadows and liners to lipsticks and more. Moreover, there are over 200 preset one-tap looks to elevate your look in an instant.

Price: Free (In-app Purchases start from $1.99)


5. Facetune 2

The celebrated Facetune app has now got a second version that’s replete with a new collection of the best pro retouching features. Whether it’s a natural no-makeup look you’re aiming for glamorous Hollywood style.

Price: Free (In-app Purchases start from $1.99)


6. Camera 360

This app is a complete solution to beautify your selfies smartly. It offers 21 micro-adjustment options for facial features and ensures that your skin looks natural yet flawless. You can also slim down your face and body in a subtle way.

There are other fun options like making your photo look like a painting with the Great Artist filter. Further, there are over 300 filters, cute stickers, and more embellishments for your pictures. Lastly, the app also supports video of 10 to 60 seconds in length.

Price: Free (In-app Purchases start from $1.99)


7. B612 – Beauty & Filter Camera

Whether you want to enhance your selfies, make cool videos, or try out silly filters, this is a go-to app for fun photo editing. The beauty filters are spot on and do not look artificial. Adjust tints, makeup, saturation, sharpness, face shape, skin filters, and more to achieve your perfect look.

What’s more, is that it can analyze your face and choose a filter that’s ideal for you. And whenever you open the app, the last beauty filter you had on there automatically goes onto you, which saves time and effort.

Price: Free


8. YouCam Perfect: Photo Editor

There is also an auto beautify feature, which ensures your shots look appealing even without editing. Besides, you can unlock more powerful tools like mono-tone effects, sakura effects, fairy tale effects, and more through in-app purchases.

Price: Free (Monthly Premium Version – $2.99)



Among the most celebrated photo editing apps out there, VSCO is an ideal choice for making your selfies stand out. You get ten free presets and can go for a membership to access a library with over 200+ presets.

One of the best capabilities is recreating vintage looks with Film X. You can even edit your videos and tell a video story by making a moving collage with layering videos, images, and shapes.

Price: Free (Yearly VSCO Membership – $19.99)


10. Selfie Editor

From adjusting skin tone to brightening tired eyes, removing blemishes, smoothing wrinkles, and slimming your face, this app is a complete portrait editor. You can do effective spot treatments like removing pimples or whitening teeth.

Further, there’s a wide range of beauty camera filters for perfect selfies, vacation snapshots, and everyday shots. Once you achieve the ideal image, you can instantly share your edited photos with your friends & family through Facebook, Instagram, or e-mail.

Price: Free (In-app Purchases start from $1.99)


11. Retrica

Get this app for more than 190 terrific filters to make your selfies stand out. Add vignette, film grain, or blur to create an attractive retro vibe on your photos and videos.

You can capture photos and videos directly in the app with real-time filters and effects or edit them from the album on your phone. The interface is intuitive and attractive.

Price: Free (Premium Monthly – $2.99)


12. Picr: Selfie Photo Journal

It’s super easy to use, with a quick one-time setup for each project. The aim is to experiment with different kinds of selfies. It comes with Overlay and Gird features that make it easy to align your face correctly for multiple shots from the same angle. You can also make selfie time-lapse videos!

Price: Free (Pro Upgrade – $5.99)


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Mehak has a master’s degree in communication and over ten years of writing experience. Her passion for technology and Apple products led her to iGeeksBlog, where she specializes in writing product roundups and app recommendations for fellow Apple users. When not typing away on her MacBook Pro, she loves being lost in a book or out exploring the world.

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