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Best remove photobomb apps for iphone

1.PhotoDirector

with in-app purchases

PhotoDirector is an easy to use photo editor for mobile devices. Adjust tone, apply effects or blurs and make collages with different pictures. The app allows you to remove photobombs or unwanted objects.

Age rating:

Everyone

Category:

Photography

Publisher:

CyberLink.com

Size:

45.09 MB

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  • Jacob Knight

    by Jacob Knight

    This is surprisingly powerful photo editing software on your phone. The controls are a little clunky and the interface isn't the best, but it gets the More

  • Caroline Lin

    by Caroline Lin

    Really thankful for Photodirector since I was able to remove the object that wasn't supposed to be part of my photo... besides, its soo easy to use, c More

2.TouchRetouch

Paid: $1.99

TouchRetouch is a photo-editing app developed by Adva-Soft for Android and iOS devices that offers you all the tools you need to efficiently remove unwanted content from your phone photos.

Age rating:

4+

Category:

Photography

Publisher:

ADVA Soft

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  • Elizabeth Campbell

    by Elizabeth Campbell

    So I have this REALLY good photo with a good background (because it was taken on top of a mountain) but since there were a lot of hikers during that t More

  • by Tammy Carter

    This app is great, and just what I needed. My friend likes to photobomb every photo he can, and sometimes he really ruins a good shot. I want to be ab More

3.Adobe Photoshop Fix

with in-app purchases

Adobe Photoshop Fix is a photo-editing application that runs on both iOS and Android devices. It lets users liquify, heal, lighten, color and adjust images and easily share them across other Adobe Creative Cloud system.

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  • Jacqueline Campbell

    by Jacqueline Campbell

    Before, I thought that Adobe Photoshop cant remove a photobomber. But it just takes skills and learning how to do it to be able to do it using this ap More

  • Megan Salazar

    by Megan Salazar

    I wanted something to help me remove my friends photobomb, and this can't do that. It just does some basic photo changes, which is weak.

4.Easy Eraser

with in-app purchases
Easy Eraser can make objects disappear from your photos. Paint the objects you wish to erase and then make the erase function run from the app.

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  • by David Huerta

    I am really unsure how to rate Easy Eraser. When this app works it does a great job of removing unwanted items from your photos. However, this app is  More

  • Xiang Wu

    by Xiang Wu

    Easy eraser is just so simple to use, but it's kinda laggy sometimes. I was able to remove the people in a particular photo (who aren't supposed to be More

5.Snapseed

Free download

Snapseed is a complete and professional photo-editing software application developed by Google that will upgrade your regular photos, with lots of filters and special effects. It has 29 tools like healing, brush, structure, HDR, etc.

Age rating:

4+

Category:

Photo and Video

Publisher:

Google LLC

Size:

Not available

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  • Marilyn Howell

    by Marilyn Howell

    My boyfriend and I took a photo with a waterfalls background but there were several people who were swimming that time, So what he did is when he got the photo, he tried to remove those people by using snapseed. Thankfully it really worked and the ph More

WHAT'S THE MEANING?

To “photobomb” is to hijack a photo by getting in the way just as the photo is getting taken. The act of photobombing is typically seen as a prank. The first documented use of the word was in 2008, when Urban Dictionary user U8IK provided a definition for “photobombing.”

DID YOU KNOW?

Did you know that the iconic picture of The Beatles walking down a crosswalk in Abbey Road was photobombed by an American tourist? A man can be seen standing beside a car, just next to John Lennon’s head. Paul Cole, who was standing outside as he was waiting for his wife to finish touring a museum, was unaware that a photoshoot was happening. It wasn’t until six months later, when he was back in America, that he saw the album cover and recognized himself in the photograph. While that may be the most famous photobomb, it is certainly not the first. The advent of the internet and photo sharing sites helped popularize photobombing, but the concept itself predates the internet. A photo by Mary Dillwyn, a Welsh photographer in the 19th century, might be the first known photobomb in history. Entitled Sally and Mrs. Reed, the photo from 1853 shows a girl peeping from behind a wall with a smile on her face. 

On a funny note, photobombing has become intentional especially when trying to pull a prank on a friend as he or she tries to achieve a picture-perfect shot. This is actually common in some Hollywood photos where famous celebs channel their inner photobomb-selves. Thank goodness for Photoshop, one can now easily crop one out in just a few clicks. Anyway, if pranking is your thing, you should try some see-through clothes app and freak your friends out by showing them that your camera passes through their shirts!



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