Top Paid For Photography Apps For Windows 10

Here we take a look at the most popular paid for photography apps available in Windows 10.

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The Windows 10 app store is bursting with photo apps of all varieties and price points. There are plenty of free apps on offer that are well worth checking out but with prices starting at just 79p for a paid-for app, you won't have to take too much cash out of your piggy bank if you did want to try a paid one out. However, with so many photo-related apps on offer, which should you spend your cash on? Well, to help you make your mind up we've put together a list of the top 10 paid photo editing apps together with a little bit of information on them to help you make an informative choice. 

If you did want to check out what's popular in the free apps, take a look at our top free windows 10 photography app guide

 

KVADPhoto+ PRO

This is a photo editor a photographer of any level can use. It features tools that are precise but easy to use, plus effects, frames, text and more can be used to further enhance images. There's also a collection of filters that can be applied to shots and a collage function. The interface is smart and the start screen features examples of work to inspire others and recently edited work can also be accessed from here. There is a free, basic version available, but you don't get as many options and features as you do with the paid version. 

Price: £3.09

Rating on the Windows store:  (4.5)

 

KVADPhoto+ PRO

 

Afterlight

The Afterlight app offers an interface for quick and straightforward editing. The interface is designed so it's simple and easy to navigate, plus the tools are easy to use. On offer are 8 adjustment tools, 57 filters, 66 textures, various frames and plenty of basic editing tools you need to adjust / improve an image. It's not a hard app to learn how to use and it's available for less than a quid, but there are additional in-app purchases available on top of this price for some frames, textures, filters and wallpapers. 

Price: £0.79

Rating on the Windows store:  (4.2)

 

Afterlight

 

Photo Fast Viewer 

This app gives users an image viewer that can be used with any storage device without having to import shots into an image library. Images fit your device's resolution and a simple double tap zooms to 100% original resolution. Photos can be accessed via recent accessed folders, opened as jpegs or PNGs and can be shared with other apps. There is a photo sidebar and images can be presented in a thumbnail or flip view. 

Price: £0.79

Rating on the Windows store:  (3.6)

 

Photo Fast Viewer

 

Ultimate Duplicate Photo Finder 

If you have thousands of images in your collection but want an easy way to remove duplicates, this could be the app for you. The app looks for duplicate files, even if the name of the photos or files are different, with a binary comparison tool that finds exact copies for removal. Multiple folders / drives can be searched in one pass and a new Smart folder feature means the user can identify the location of the original image, so they can decide which one gets moved into Photo Duplicates. Deletion isn't performed automatically, but this isn't necessarily a bad thing as it means you can double check that the image is actually a duplicate. Various file types are supported and long running searches and move processes can be canceled if required. 

Price: £2.29

Rating on the Windows store:  (4.0)

 

Ultimate Duplicate Photo Finder

 

SuperPhoto

This photo editor comes with filters, frames, textures and patterns users can apply to images along with brushes and tools for creating bokeh and 3D effects. With the full version users get access to over 1500 effects and filters, HD quality and no adverts in the interface. The app is easy to use but it does require an internet connection to work. 

Price: £3.89

Rating on the Windows store:  (4.2)

 

SuperPhoto

 

ColorPop pro

As the name suggests, colour popping is the main name of the game with this app. Simply use a combination of different tools to accent colours by highlighting sections on a grayscaled image. Masks can also be added to make an image appear in a particular word or shape. Over 400 masks are included along with a brush tool, eraser and functions for zooming, rotating and mirroring the image. Various file types are supported and users can output images as jpgs or png files. 

Price: £0.79

Rating on the Windows store:  (4.0)

 

ColorPop Pro

 

LightTrac

Quickly calculate where the sun and moon will be at a particular time and place on a specific day with the help of LightTrac. The app maps the data on a satellite map and will even tell you the sun / moon's position at some point in the future meaning you can plan a shoot months ahead of time if you really want to. The interface is easy to navigate and information is well presented in a clear and informative manner. Other data the app provides is the start and end times of twilight, sunrise and sunset details, information on moon rise / set, twilight start and end times, plus much more. 

Price: £2.29

Rating on the Windows store:  (3.7)

 

LightTrac

 

TouchRetouch

This app is actually an award-winning photo editor that you can use to remove unwanted content from an image. The process is automated so it's quick and easy to do, simply mark the items you want to remove and hit 'go'. You can select a brush or lasso tool, both of which are controlled with your finger and undo / redo actions are unlimited. There are also in-app video tutorials available for reference. 

Price: £1.19

Rating on the Windows store:  (3.7)

 

TouchRetouch

 

PhotoDirector Mobile

Cyberlink describes the PhotoDirector Mobile as an on-the-go app for editing photos. Users can adjust colour tones, crop, apply effects and also remove objects with the magic object removal tool. Skin enhancements and face-specific effects can be used to enhance portraits and HDR tools are also available. There are options for uploading images to social networks and batch editing will produce results faster. Overall, the app is very easy to use the interface is very intuitive. 

Price: £7.69

Rating on the Windows store:  (4.0)

 

Photo Director

 

123 Image Viewer Pro 

As the name suggests, this app is used for viewing images. Images are shown as thumbs and when you select an image, a large version is shown above the thumb list. A magnifying tool is available to look more closely at one area of an image and GIFs can also be previewed. The app is quick to respond, straight-forward to use and costs less than £1 to purchase. 

Price: £0.79

Rating on the Windows store:  (4.0)

 

123 Image Viewer Pro

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