You've probably used a CyberLink product at some point in your life. Its PowerDVD software has long been one of the most common ways to get a DVD up and running on Windows, and, as counterintuitive as it sounds, an app of the same name made its way over to Android years ago. The company also produces a photo editor known as PhotoDirector, and now it's releasing an Android version designed specifically for tablets.

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The app is mostly free, providing you with impressive sounding features ranging from object removal to HDR effects and blemish hiding tools. The catch is that the free version is ad-supported and only supports a limited number of object removals. A $4.99 in-app purchases will take care of both of those things and allow you to save images up to 2560 by 1920.

There are no shortage of photo editing apps available for Android, but if CyberLink's brand carries a lot of weight with you, the link to the Play Store is available below.

Source: CyberLink Press Release