By Taylor Martin | September 5, 2013 6:58 PM
Windows Phone is home to some of the best mobile image sensing innovations of late. And while the app situation is improving, there are still many holes in the content selection. Photo editing apps, sadly, is one of those holes.
That doesn’t meant there aren’t any photo editors. There are. And some of them are pretty nice, but they still fall short of the selections on other platforms, such as Android or iOS. Snapseed and Adobe Photoshop Touch for Phones aren’t available on Windows Phone, for example. But there are some decent alternatives. Watch this video to learn about the best Windows Phone photo editing apps!