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Image Editor. It's unfortunately not open source but extremely powerful for a mobile app. (Couldn't find a better one in f-droid :/)
For me is this one
It got load of function: customizeable text; image crop, flip, rotage, resize, effect.
The UI is a bit weird but once you got use to it, it feel pretty good
Layers, erase areas and set the tolerance for it, erase backgrounds manually, cropping, copying and pasting are some of the many tools here. I'd say it's pretty powerful compared to Photoshop
"There's an app for that" is pretty accurate. I've seen music composition apps, audio and video editing apps, tons of photo editing apps, mine that I use, gif maker apps, basically anything you can do with a computer, you can do it on your smartphone.
I made this one and another cap on mobile, i just took the images that i left in the comments, overlayed, painted over the original text and added my own, i used this editor for the linked one but i think it may take a bit to get used to (the first cap was just some whatsapp text overlay on the image), idk if there are better editors tbh
I use Image Editor, it's got layers, it's simple enough to use even though the UI is a bit arse, note you can't edit an image after you've saved it (that is, the layers are compressed to one):
Used this editor to do it on my phone.
Edit: I realize it's still not perfectly centered, but I believe I followed the pattern of spacing 4 pixels between characters.
Looks like he's in luck: although I'm not too familiar with the Google/Android environment I'm pretty sure it has the best variety of apps, and after a quick Bing-search (Okay, I did use Google, I'm not that much of a purist :p ) I found this, and it should full-fill your needs. (demo I found on YouTube)
Image Editor by Byte Mobile. Probably the most complex editor for Android, as it offers way more than just instagram filters.
There's so many better apps [link]
Use this instead chief:
I've been using the creatively titled "Image Editor" It's a bit wonky and buggy but decently versatile.
Download Image Editor
Image editor [link]
That's what I use
Oh geez, I really shouldn't be in charge of a lesson ��
I tried to exaggerate what I saw so it was more easily seen.
So I saw there was some, mostly white, edges from the "holding throat" image. There was probably a white background that he mostly made transparent. Since the face was made of solid colors I just took that color and went over the white I saw.
Nothing fancy. I did it on this app.
Here's a clean before and after.
Or if you are comfortable on Android, I use Image Editor
I use this image editor. To me, it's like a teeny weeny gimp. You can edit an image in layers.
Image Editor (Free version has minimal ads, no watermarks, and everything works. Great for making whatever edits you want on-the-go.)
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GIMP. Basically the best open-source, free, image editor I've found. It has basically all of the tools from earlier versions of Adobe Photoshop, but none of the cost.
I don't know if this is what you want, but I find this editor advanced:
This app. It's not perfect in any way but it's neat. Feels like a junior Photoshop if you know how to use it correctly.
Here we go again
Couldn't recommend enough, been using this app since 2016 at least and it's never failed me
This one is quite good, I've been using it for almost 5 years now
Maybe this app can help, it's a bit convoluted but has pontecial.
Not a rickroll btw
I use image editor, here's the link to the play store. [link]
I use image editor
Hey op I use android, might I suggest my go to editing app found here [link]
thx for not saving space and cropping it What I use
what I use
When you drop out the made with memeatic watermark better
If you mean this one then yes this is the one I use. [link]
Image Editor: [link]
I'd suggest image editor. A very lightweight less than 4 mb. But very functional
Edit: For anyone looking here's the link