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Perfectly Clear for Android, Automatic Image Correction for Dummies

Taking pictures with your phone or tablet can be pretty weak sauce at times. You’ll take a shot thinking you nailed it, later finding out it’s dull, poorly lighted, or a number of other things that could go wrong. With Perfectly Clear for Android, no more worries. The same powerful auto correction software that has been industry leading on PC’s for years is now available for your mobile device.  

The app has a very crisp and easy to navigate interface. Simply take or choose a picture from your gallery and the app basically does the work for you. You can also go in and fine tweak each individual setting such as the lighting, tint, color saturation, etc. The app is listed at an introductory price of just $0.99, which is a steal compared to some other high grade photo editing apps out there. Give it a try and let us know what you think.

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  • RW-1

    There really should be a sub byline on app Dev purchased blog articles on DL to avoid confusion between a real news item and a most likely paid blatant attempt to lure in more suckers to another app in which you paid 99 but do not get what was advertised until you put down a much larger sum.

    NO excuse for this kellex. Poor form for a leading Android blog.

    Google should turn their attention to this issue now, by requiring that apps which require in app purchase to get the functionality offered in its description be flagged as such, or removed until said Dev either places a statement saying as such, or ups the cost in the first place.

    I don’t mind paying for an app, I do mind being suckered, and this app trend on the whole is disturbing. Luckily I look over comments prior to purchase, this one is a pass.

  • crashed every time I tried to open it on the GNex, refunded in 2 mins.

  • Sorry, but as a photographer quite adept at Photoshop, this app is not intuitive all. Refunded within less than 5 min :-.

  • Michael Fazio

    $0.99 to start, more charges once inside, and no Bionic or Razr Maxx support?! l2android

  • You get the bare bones basics for $.99 — but then you have to pay extra from within the app for photo correction features that aren’t already activated when you buy the app in the first place. What a scam!

    Some features don’t work as described — especially if you’re using peak resolution for big pics. Plus, it’s missing a few basic pic editing features completely. It does the work you can actually implement super slow. Then it constantly crashes on top of everything else too.

    And the icing on the cake is — it does absolutely nothing new that can’t be found on just about every other similar app out there with auto-correct — including the ones that are free.

    What a load of scheisse.

    One star — refund — done!

    /why the heck would droid-life even endorse this app?!

  • feztheforeigner

    I would consider Photoshop to be the industry leader, personally.

    • Actually, AfterEffects and LightRoom (both Adobe products) are even better for image editing. Either way, they produce the trifecta.

      • feztheforeigner

        I love AfterEffects but I haven’t had much time/experience with LightRoom.

      • stewie

        We need light room mobile! Won’t happen though I think, would be too large size wise, and IMO overkill for phone photo correction.

  • No workie on Bionic.

  • JulianZHuang

    there are better editing app and it’s free.

  • NorCalGuy

    Lol was decent for 99cents but then the in app purchase for eye enhancements? What else do I have to pay for? All at once or none at all… thanks but return

  • “Image Correction for Dummies”

    So this is an iOS product?

    • michael arazan

      So does that make instagram, “Image Corruption for Dummies?”

  • jeesung

    not compatible – Droid Razr Maxx

  • paladaxar

    Industry leading…HA!

  • ILitical

    Can’t install. Isn’t compatible on GS3 running CM10

    • Auto Focus and touch to focus doesnt work on CM10 anyways, so its worthless.

  • Android 4.X’s auto-fix works just fine for me.

  • paladaxar

    Wait…doesn’t instagram already do this for free? 🙂


  • Is this not available for the galaxy nexus?

  • saimin

    I tried it. The auto correction mode is easy to use, but the app has far fewer manual editing controls than Aviary (which is free). Especially disappointed that there is no manual cropping feature, which most other photo apps do have.

  • Bogus

    Industry leading? What planet are you living on? Most pro photographers have either never heard of it, or are not impressed by it.

    • I think it goes without saying; any time you have to say “industry-leading,” whatever it is you’re talking about is not industry-leading.

  • First! I’m on a roll!

    • John

      …on a roll to be the most down voted person on this post. congrats!

    • OreoMan

      Or you have nothing better to do. I’m choosing the latter.

    • bucwylde23

      You’re also an idiot

    • I support your ability to get firsts and piss everybody off. This is awesome.

    • Chase Chick is all that. Me jelly.

    • paladaxar

      I was the first to down-vote this guy’s comment…does that count for anything? haha 🙂