On the internet or any Android market such as Google Play Store, there are plenty of Photo editing apps available that you can download and install on your Android device to edit any image. The meaning of editing a picture or photo is you can add text, stickers, emojis, frames, filters, etc. By using any photo editing tool on your Android device, you can also Crop, Rotate, and Flip any image you want.how to crop image on Android - theandroidportal.com If you are new to photo editing on an Android device and don’t know how to crop or edit images or photos on an Android device, then this guide is for you. Here, below we have mentioned the complete step-by-step guide that you can follow to crop an image on your Android smartphone. So let’s get started:

Step 1: First of all, you have to download & install any image editing app on your Android smartphone that can crop an image according to your needs. (Here, we have used Google’s Snapseed app, and it is a free app for Android.)

Step 2: After you download and install the Snapseed app on your Android smartphone, open the app.

Step 3: After you open the App, you have to tap the “Plus” icon, which you can see at the center of the app. (By doing this, you will load the image into this app to begin the cropping process.)

Step 4: After you load the image into this app, you have to tap on the “Tools” option at the bottom center of the app. (this will open all the tools available in these apps, and these tools can be used to edit your image.)

Step 5: Here, you have to tap on “Crop” which you can find in the second row of the list of tools.

Step 6: After that, you will be able to crop your images as you want to crop to.

Step 7: After you crop your image, just tap on the “Right” icon to save your work. (which you can find at the bottom right side of the app.)

You are done. And this is how you can easily crop an image on your Android smartphone.

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Lucky Sharma
Lucky is Senior Editor at TheAndroidPortal & an expert in mobile technology with over 10 years of experience in the industry. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science from MIT and a Master's degree in Mobile Application Development from Stanford University.