See how a pro photographer would crop your photos in Polarr Deep Crop.
Polarr Deep Crop uses A.I. that learns from millions of photographers around the world to best crop your photos, discover new perspectives and explore new angles.
• Added location metadata
• Added custom aspect ratio
Ratings and Reviews
Would be 5 stars, but...
Love the cropping options in this app. But, when I go to export the cropped photo the app freezes. I have to restart the app again and still can’t get the cropped photo to save. Doesn’t happen on every photo, but about 60% of the time. Any fixes in the works for this?
Impressive, inexpensive single-function app
Deep Crop does just one thing, but it does it well. The suggested crops are generally good; even if you don’t like any of the crops offered, they often suggest new ways to look at your pictures.
There are a few things that could be improved. The default aspect ratios — 1:1, 4:3, 16:9, and Smart — are a little limiting. It would be nice to see other common ratios, such as 3:2, included by default. Deep Crop does allow you to specify a custom ratio, but the custom ratio isn’t added permanently to the menu; Deep Crop forgets it as soon as you leave the cropping screen.
It would also be good if Deep Crop was smarter about the original picture orientation. If you have an original image in portrait mode, and you choose 4:3, Deep Crop will suggest crops with a 4:3 ratio, effectively turning portrait into landscape, instead of suggesting 3:4 portrait crops. To preserve the orientation of the image, you’ll need to enter the 3:4 ratio as a custom ratio (and, for reasons explained above, you’ll need to do it for each image).
Finally, I’m not a fan of the UI for selecting images. It’s pretty, but not very efficient. If you have a lot of images in your library, you’ll end up doing a lot of swiping and scrolling to get to the image you want to edit. Something similar to the basic Photos UI might be less attractive but it would be a lot easier to work with.
These issues aside, this is a great little app, and at the current price of $0.99 it’s an absolute bargain. What I really want now, though, is a Deep Crop plugin for Adobe Lightroom.
Incredible Concept; Buggy Beta Software
I love the idea of this app, and the suggested crops are interesting and effective. But after saving one crop, the app becomes useless, freezing up when processing the next. The makers shouldn’t release apps like this until they are stable. It’s so disappointing, it’s making me rethink my subscription to the Polarr app itself.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.