Enlight Quickshot: Edit Photos

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Written by Lightricks Ltd.


Rated 4.77233 From 55,997 Votes
$ 0.00
  • Last Updated: 2020-06-24
  • New version: 1.6.4
  • File size: 185.05 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 12.0 or later. and Android 4.4. KitKat or later

Enlight Quickshot: Edit Photos


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Enlight Quickshot: Edit Photos is an iPhone and Android Photo & Video App, made by Lightricks Ltd.. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - Lightricks Ltd., with the latest current version being 1.6.4 which was officially released on 2020-06-24. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 55,997 Reviews on the Apple App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.77233 out of a possible 5 stars.

How does it Work?


Get the photo you actually meant to take. Quickshot is a photo editor & camera app that proves you no longer need to be a professional photographer to take amazing photos. Face it - your photos don’t always come out the way you expected. You pull out your iPhone to capture something awesome, but the shot you take just doesn’t do the scene justice. The Quickshot app is here to fix that. With unique, easy-to-use features like Sky, special Effects and Looks that instantly change your photo’s feel, from now on - every photo you take will look perfect. Brought to you by Lightricks. Enlight Quickshot is part of the Enlight Creativity Suite, including Enlight Photofox, Enlight Videoleap, and Enlight Pixaloop. Quickshot fave features include: Sky Replace the sky in your photos with a new sky: blue skies, clouds, sunsets - even add northern lights to your pics! Looks Change the vibe of your photo in one tap. Give that Instagram feed your own signature style with our designer Looks. Effects Add tons of special effects: From light leaks to rainbows, to sparkles, hearts and more. Magic Quickshot’s one-tap magic button is like an auto-fix for your photos. Adjust The full collection of essential editing tools: light, contrast, vibrance, shadows, vignette, exposure, highlights, saturation, temperature, tint, hue. Filters No photo is complete without one of Quickshot’s gorgeous filters - one of our top features. Portrait Perfect for selfies! Designed to make you look amazing. Try it now for free! Unlimited Access Subscription - You can subscribe for unlimited access to all features and content offered for purchase within Quickshot. - Subscriptions are billed monthly or annually at the rate selected depending on the subscription plan. Alternatively a one-time payment plan is available (this is not a subscription). - Subscriptions auto-renew at the cost of the chosen package, unless cancelled 24-hours in advance prior to the end of the current period. The subscription fee is charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. You may manage your subscription and turn off auto-renewal by going to your Account Settings after purchase. Per Apple policy, no cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period. Once purchased, refunds will not be provided for any unused portion of the term. - Terms of use: http://quickshotapp.com/files/quickshot-terms.pdf - Privacy policy: http://quickshotapp.com/files/quickshot-privacy.pdf

Top Reviews

  • Really great photo editor


    By insta: lilred_rooster
    I love this photo editor, it is truly an “all-in-one” one stop shop for all your mobile photo editing needs. The only thing I would like to see added (and if it’s already in it, then forgive me - I hope the creators would tell me how and where to find it), is a way to fade blemishes? For example, I have Face Tune on my phone and Photoshop on my computer to get rid of pimples and help perfect complexions on portraits. If I had that feature here, I wouldn’t need the FaceTune app. Adding a “brush” feature” where one could essentially “wipe away” unwanted blemishes, would make this beyond #1 editor in my book. I know there are other ways you can kind of do this, with lowering the contrast and detail a bit, brightening the image if possible or softening it, but again, if you really want to focus on the face and not touch the rest of the image, this feature would be amazing. Another idea, something as seen in OnOne Camera RAW (which is a desktop photo editor), but to be able to brush detail and light/color enhancement onto the human eye. To “zoom in”, on a portrait, and lighten/brighten the eye, even perhaps give a bit more detail? This feature in that software is called very simply, “magic eye fixer.” Anyway, that’s my two cents. Otherwise - I have the pro version and I love it. Thanks for making a great app!
  • Used to love it - UPDATE


    By Khemmer
    After emailing back and forth with someone from the app, I stumbled upon a way to access the photos again. If you tap the camera on the top, take a picture, it will then bring up the window asking permission to access photos and all your photos will become visible again. I’ve had a paid subscription to this app for two years now and have loved the beautiful photos I’m able to create. But with the last couple of updates, I am unable to access my photos. When I open the app, it tells me it needs access to my photos and has a button that says “Let’s do it”. When I tap the button, it takes me to my settings, but doesn’t have an option to allow access to my photos. So I am cancelling my subscription and going to try to find another app that works consistently. Which is disappointing because I really like Quickshot. I tried emailing the company and didn’t get a response.
  • Very cool and quick. Perfect on the go!


    By R.L. Moss
    I never write reviews but I had to on this one. I’m somewhat of a professional photographer in the fact I owned a video production company for 25yrs and shoot pics at 24-60frames a sec everyday! This app is extremely easy and user friendly! It works as intended and once you know how the app responds you can tailor your shooting accordingly to get the most from it. Can I create the same effect on a computer in photoshop? Absolutely. Can I do it in 5secs? Not a chance! This app can and I highly recommend it for the cost. It’s IS a monthly/yearly subscription to get all the filters but for me it’s worth it. I take hundreds of pic on my iPhone Xs Max every week or so. The camera on it is superior (in almost every way) to even my Canon 7D! You’ll love this app!!!
  • Meh


    By Froggie<333
    The free version is a decent photo editing app, with a handful of unique filters and some solid editing tools. But the available tools are pretty similar to the adjustments you can make in other free apps. I think it's worth having the free version for an extra handful of editing options, but unfortunately all of the features that really set the app apart require a monthly subscription. Personally, I didn't see much that made me want to commit to that. If I'm going to edit a photo professionally, I will go ahead and use photoshop on my desktop. I'm already paying an arm and a leg for that subscription, so I wasn't really interested in adding this one. If you could make a one time purchase for the app (that did not cost $60) or if you could pay by individual feature/filter, I would be more impressed. To me it wasn't worth the price, but maybe to others it's a good investment. Note: They do have their subscription fee on sale right now!
  • Not worth buying :(


    By sandeepChakroborthy
    I purchased the yearly subscription of this app and very disappointed with it. It’s not worth buying this app. Whenever u edit the pic using the clouds feature it forms a white thick line on the edges of the buildings, trees and other objects in the pic, which gives out that you image has been clearly edited. The clouds feature does not blend in with the image you want to edit. However sometimes it does, it’s a 30/70 chance. Total waste of my $20. If u still are desperate to buy this app just for the sake of cloud feature, but the monthly subscription and try it out first. I don’t recommend this App.
  • It’s a good app...


    By Fmdhc
    It’s a good app, but I think that I will be shopping around for a different editing app. (Any suggestions?) I tried this after I used PicMonkey, and both apps seem a little expensive to me. I make mini movies, and use apps to edited the cover for the movie. I only use an editing app once or twice a month, and I don’t feel like it would smart to put money into something I only use once or twice before paying again. Maybe do a weekly purchase, if that’s possible. I feel like that would be more useful to me. I totally understand if adding this doesn’t benefit your business and decide not to add it. Otherwise, it’s a great app and if you do quite a bit of editing, this would be a good app for you.
  • Not quite there yet


    By Skline1
    Pretty cool concept but has major limitations. If you just want to remove an object or person you hat is far away and the background is not complicated then this app works great but if he person you are removing is close up or touching another person you will get very distinctive artifacting. I tried removing a person on a pier. The wood behind him was totally messed up where he was removed. When water or sky was the background it worked really well if you are never going to zoom in or view it bigger than 3x5. This would be a great starter for Photoshop. Remove something with this app then export and refine on Photoshop. It would probably save you quite a bit of time. In all, nice novelty but no real world application. Save your money. Upgrade is definitely not worth $60.
  • Too Many Tools Missing for a $60 App


    By TomA2
    I don’t even care about layers, but this is missing too many of the basics. No touch up tool! Seriously? No bokeh for portraits. Why? No vignette options (just more or less dark). No levels. The sky replacement tool is nearly as good as desktop—and earns the first there stars alone—but there’s nothing more to this that you can’t get for free in Photoshop Express or any number of other free apps. And the HDR mode is pretty weak IMO. It needs a wider range. It currently works about as well as, but no better than, SmartHDR in the built in cam. You still need to manually adjust even moderately challenging scenes. If the developers addressed the above shortcomings, I’d pay for this just to have the connivence of having everything in one app. But since I still have to use other apps for basic touch-ups, no. In fact if there was any indication that these features were forthcoming, I might even spot the cash upfront. I’m not expecting complete Adobe Lightroom functionality. However, for this price you should really be also able to do adjustments in just a specific area of the photo, not only globally (like Lightroom does).
  • Love the edits


    By Seliii18
    Update: At first I was really disappointed because the app kept crashing even though I had paid for the subscription, but I realized I hadn’t updated my phone. Once I did, the app worked perfectly. That being said, Make sure your phone is up to date or else the app will keep crashing. Other than that, I love the way my pictures turn out with this app. I’ve been using it for about a week now and paid for the subscription. It makes editing my pictures much quicker than coming up with my own edits and it has great variety.
  • Interesting


    By portsider
    There’s a fairly simple way to get around the appalling way they force you to buy the pro version to even SHARE the edit you’ve made. It’s simple, but pretty effective. Pick a photo, add the enhancements that you like, and then simply capture a screenshot of your finished edit. The screenshot is automatically saved to your photos app(ios). You can then open the photo, crop it,and do whatever you want with it, including further edits in the photos app. I’ve found that the native resolution stays pretty much intact this way, and the result looks great. I was going to uninstall this app until I found this work around. I think I’ll keep it now 😀

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