Top Best free and paid Creativity and photography Apps for iPhone and iPad to download right now.
This South Korean Snapchat clone is finding fans among western teens, who use its huge array of animated filters to augment photos. The results self-destruct like its rival’s – albeit after 24 hours. [iOS and Android, free]
Unlock your inner artist with the power of pixels. Pixture allows you to create pixel art in an easy-to-use format with a clean-cut interface. The latest version includes 3D touch drawing and unlimited file sharing, so there’s no limit to the art you can create and share. It’s now also compatible with the Apple iWatch. iOS, £2.29.
Ever wondered what your favourite portraits would look like as Warhol-esque works of LEGO art? Brickshots imports your pics and a brick-by-brick instructions. You’ll have to provide your own LEGO, but you can tweak the colour scheme and number of pieces. [iOS and Android, free]
This pocket mixing-studio makes it easier than ever for wannabe producers to create their own beats. Its clever interface breaks tracks into small chunks which can be layered up and have effects applied. Auxy’s simple, visual way to make music also won it the Apple Design Award at WWDC 2016. [iOS, free]
Prisma harnesses deep neural networks to reinterpret your smartphone photos as works of art. Current graphical starting points include Roy Lichtenstein, Edvard Munch and Katsushika Hokusai, with new artists added regularly. Results can be hit-and-miss, but are always surprising. [iOS and Android, free ]
The photo album gets rebooted with Kindeo, which lets families pass down memories from generation to generation. Record video through the app and store it so that future relatives will never be able to escape those embarrassing baby photos. [iOS, free.]
Hyperspektiv is a video- and photo-editing app for those who need something more extreme than Ludwig or Clarendon. The app lets you change images and video beyond recognition. Swipe your fingers across the screen to create glitches and kaleidoscopes and distort colour to extreme levels. Perfect for DIY artists. [iOS, £1.49]
Cardboard Camera converts panoramic photos into a format which can be viewed through Google Cardboard VR viewers. Send photos and audio to family and friends or keep an album to relive awe-inspiring moments. [Android, free]
The popular iPad drawing app comes to the small(er) screen, with a range of new features including text, photos and to-do lists to extend its appeal beyond artists and designers. [iOS, free]
Enlight is one of the smartest photo-editing tools around. As well as a raft of regular features, you can add text in multiple fonts and turn photos into graphics or LOLtastic memes. [iOS, £2.99]