27
Aug
11

There are any number of photo editors on Android already, but Repix brings something slightly different to the table. This app isn't about getting the colors just right or removing red eye – it turns your boring regular pictures into snazzy art. What? You don't like snazzy things?

There are 16 filters, 17 frames, and over 30 brushes available in Repix. There's not a lot of messing around with settings here – you just pick a tool and have at it. Things just seem to work out somehow. It's actually neat how easily you can come up with something that looks interesting. There are also more conventional editing tools like brightness, cropping, and temperature.

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Repix comes with a fair number of tools for free, but some of the cooler ones are going to cost you. $5.99 unlocks everything, but you can buy individual packs of brushes or filters for $0.99-1.99.

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Ryan Whitwam
Ryan is a tech/science writer, skeptic, lover of all things electronic, and Android fan. In his spare time he reads golden-age sci-fi and sleeps, but rarely at the same time. His wife tolerates him as few would.

  • Thatguyfromvienna

    Testing in 3... 2...

  • TRACE

    Confusing app :D I think it'd be easier to learn to do this in photoshop than using repix

  • Miles

    This app is incompatible with all of your devices... So it doesn't work on my HTC One X or my Nexus 7!

    • David

      Compatible with my Galaxy Nexus. :) lol

  • Sean Lumly

    Very cool.. This is a highly significant app as it promotes Android to being a serious tool that can be used by artists. And it does so in a way that is stylish -- what artists have expected from top-tier iPad apps for years.

    The Note is a fantastic platform on account of its active digitizer (hardware notwithstanding), and this is the first app that I've seen that makes exceptional use of it. In fact Samsung should probably consider promoting this with their pen-enabled devices.

    I hope we continue to see more apps like this.

  • BigMixxx

    Oh this is a VERY cool application...

    I went ahead a bought the in-app release of the master collection for 6 bucks.

  • IrishSid

    I can see some fantastic wallpapers being made with this

  • Mark Oldfield

    Was excited until I read the review on Google play... its not free... it works out to be $5.99 all in and the performance is nowhere near the video clip... meh!

    • BigMixxx

      what type of phone do you have?

      • kekkojoker90

        With nexus 4 in the tutorial lag but in the rest of the app works fine.

  • Sven Andresen

    Looks nice with cool effects, but there is an annoying bug. When drawing it feels like the effect you use hangs for a couple of seconds before it pops on the screen

  • Gratis

    Not really free.....

  • RTWright

    First thing I got right off of install was AVG telling me it is Intrusive Adware.... :

  • Kaloyan Karaivanov

    Good application, but a love Photosuite, much more professional tool for #Andorid.

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