Users can crop, resize and rotate images, adjust color and contrast, apply red-eye reduction, or just use the “auto-fix” button. The app includes dozens of filters, overlays, borders, effects and stickers as well.
Pixlr also added some new features and effects to the desktop version, such as a “double exposure” tool for laying photos on top of phone another. And as a desktop program, Pixlr can handle high-resolution, uncompressed images while preserving EXIF data. The text overlay tool can also use all your system’s existing fonts.
I haven’t used this app but free is good and it looks like it might have one or two fun, useful tools to play around with.