Mobile Photo Enhancer

Mobile Photo Enhancer 1.3

Free
It can be used to improve the quality of the photos taken with a mobile phone
3.8  (8 votes)
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Mobile Photo Enhancer is a tool for us to improve the quality of the photos that we have taken with a mobile phone. Whenever we take photos with mobile phone cameras, we have to face vignetting, poor color appearance, poor sharpness & contrast, and also JPEG compression artifacts related issues with our photos, so these photos are not perfect for albums. However, these photos have precious moments that we want to keep safe, therefore we need to enhance them. This tool is so simple to use that we don’t require great photography knowledge to enhance the photos. Now we are able to repair poor quality pictures to produce some impressive and high quality ones to create albums and to show to our friends and family.
Its filtering capability is really great, as it is very helpful to remove the defects from the photos and make them very impressive. It provides us two options to process the pictures, one is to do the complete processing of all pictures in one go, so it helps us to save time when we have lots of pictures, and the second one is to improve the quality of each taken picture one at a time. This tool also helps us with its camera noise reduction feature improve certain dark corner areas appearing in some of the pictures. With a few simple mouse clicks we are able to provide that magic touch to the pictures and able to remove the defects very quickly. The application is able to support all the general image types like JPEG, BMP, and PNG, so no need to worry about image format. It also has a great inbuilt plugin that allow us to create thumbnails of our pictures easily that can be displayed on the website.

Manoj Goel
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Review summary

Pros

  • Good filter intensity control capabilities.
  • Improves a complete batch of photos in one go.
  • EXIF info is available while saving photos in JPEG format.
  • Compatible with Windows 95/98/Me/2000/XP

Cons

  • Not compatible with Mac OS.
  • Direct picture transfer to mobile devices not possible
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