The majority of tools are free to use. You can trial the premium subscription tools without the ability to export the photos. That's a fair way to trial all the features.
ADVA Soft is continuing to add new tools, and features and continuing to further enhance the user experience and interface. At the time of writing this article, below, in order are the editing tools available:
Hidden navigation tools inside the editor:
- double-tap on any of the sliders in the editing tools to restore the default setting amount
- tap on an individual photo a second time to zoom in on a single photo.
- when viewing a single photo, double-tap the photo again to quickly zoom in
Light – exposure, contrast, highlights, shadows, whites and blacks.
Quick tip: White and black slider increases and decreases the amount of the photo that becomes completely white or black. This is handy to create high contrast dramatic photo edits.
Color – hue, temperature, tint, saturation and vibrance.
Quick tip: My favourite tool in the color panel is vibrance. The saturation slider increases the intensity of all colors. Vibrance initially affects the more muted colors in the scene. The biggest advantage of adjusting vibrance is the preservation of the skin tones of the people present in the photo.
Details – sharpen, clarity, grain, dehaze, fade and vibrance.
Quick tip: Clarity is a powerful tool to add more structure and details in the mid-tones without introducing artefacts and contrast halos. You will notice that you can add 100 and slide left up to negative to create that ethereal look.
Related article: How to sharpen photos and enhance details using Lightroom mobile app
Transform – rotate, flip, skew, aspect ratio and grid
Quick tip: Go to grid first and select a composition overlay. This app has so many more options than most editors including spirals and triangles. My workflow using this tool is then skew and aspect ratio before dragging corners to crop the photo.
Color transfer – covered above.