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Rank Class iPhone iPad
Download (Paid) 17 596
Income 1930 9431

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Chart Class iPhone iPad
Grossing·Photo & Video 136 326
Paid·Overall 17 659
Paid·Photo & Video 2 24


  • TouchRetouch
  • TouchRetouch
  • TouchRetouch
  • TouchRetouch


Developer Adva-Soft
BundleID com.advasoft.touchretouch
Version 4.4.2
Size 21.1MB
Released June 8,2010
Updated October 3,2019
Score 5
Review Num 8818
Language Arabic ,Czech ,Dutch ,English ,French ,German ,Italian ,Japanese ,Korean ,Farsi ,Polish ,Portuguese ,Russian ,Chinese ,Spanish ,Turkish ,Ukrainian
Rating 4+
Compatibility 12.0

Comment information

  • Joshua D. - 2019-10-11 09:23:17

    Thank You For Transparent Editing

    I've owned and used Touch Retouch since the very first version and when I was on Instagram I recommended it to hundreds of people who all bought the app. And I've always loved how beautifully I think that this app works. Sure, it's not going to be perfect every time you remove something. But, that's why the developer offers tools like the Cloning function in this program, to fix smudged and distorted backgrounds. All it takes in my opinion is just some trial and error to get good at using this application. With my long use of the app with the app now, I really cannot think of anything that I can't remove satisfactorily. I'd recommend to just use all the options here and play around with the app for a bit. It might take some trial and error to get the results you want. But I'd advise to just be patient and familiarize yourself with all the tools here. And also possibly look up some tutorials on somewhere like YouTube from the developer or other pro users to learn how to properly use Touch Retouch. I can promise you that for removing objects from photos, there is no substitute or anything close to this app in my opinion. At least not on mobile devices, that's for sure I think. I've tried pretty much most of competing apps to see what they offered and they are straight trash I believe compared to Touch Retouch. It's no contest in my book. I mean, I do wish that sometimes I didn't have to spend extra time using the Cloning tool to fix distortions. But, really, considering the seemingly magical I things I believe this app does for me and everyone else. Well, I find that extra work to be a serious and completely acceptable condition, honestly. Plus, I'd be a unhappy with the results of this app if other features like the Cloning tool weren't offered. So I truly cannot complain about any facet of this magic app at all. Really, though, to be able to do any of this in a mobile app. Which is something that you used to have to have high end computers and then later Photoshop to do this. Well, I find it extraordinary what this program can accomplish. Again, just familiarize yourself to the different tools offered like the Cloning option, to easily clean up distortions and smudges. They also offer the option for you to adjust the opacity and size of each brush and tool used. Which, I believe, that this adds even more help and options in cleaning up background distortions from removals. If you use a brush that is giving too harsh of a result. Just click on the option to adjust the brush settings (I believe it's the icon with the 3 horizontal lines in it) and play around with lowering the opacity of the brush and tools (basically meaning how much of the brush is put down on the photo) and then retry whatever your working on. You might find that adjusting those settings for each brush or tool helps a whole lot, I sure have always found that to be very true. Also, previously in Touch Retouch, when you imported an image with a transparent background, oh boy, the app didn't like that at all, haha. About 99% of the time with a transparent image that you edited here, the app would randomly add big swaths of solid black artifacts to your exported transparent image. And, man, that was a huge pain in the butt I always found to remove that crud. I'd always have to go use one of image eraser apps when this happened and spend forever removing the black artifacts from my rendered photos. It always added so much more time to any given project I was working on. Now, though, I'm happy to attest and report that the new function of allowing us to edit transparent photos works wonderfully I think. I just cannot thank the developer of this program enough for adding this invaluable new function to Touch Retouch, thank you. I was able to import and load up a transparent image and the app doesn't attach any of those solid black artifacts anymore! I am extremely overjoyed! Woohoo :D! Thank you! Plus, as I've detailed above, I believe that this app is remarkable in what it allows you to do. I've seen and used other apps in the past that claim to work as well as Touch Retouch and to me they are extremely pale imitations. They don't offer the sophistication or quality of the editing engine in this app in my opinion. For me with those lousy competitor apps, it's the difference between buying a McRib from McDonald's to eat or going all out and buying filet mignon from a swanky restaurant. I believe that's the difference between Touch Retouch and really any other app on the App Store that claims to properly remove objects from photographs. It's no contest in the end in my mind. So, again, I'd like to sincerely thank the developer for this incredible application, for all your continued hard work and dedication to improving and this program and most especially for the new transparent image editing update. And to other users who might be frustrated at first with Touch Retouch. Like I said, avail yourself to the other tools offered here besides just the main removal function, like the Cloning tool. Also, if you just need objects like telephone lines removed from a photograph. Man, that one tool the app offers specifically for removing thin lines from photos is exceptionally up to that task in my opinion, give it a try and see what I mean. Well, thanks, again to the developer for all of the above and God bless. iPhone 8 Plus iOS 12.4.1

  • Music feen - 2019-10-03 06:13:41


    I bought this because of the raving reviews and the video that makes it seem it’s a snap to eliminate objects but it’s not as simple as they made it out to be. After “removal of the object” the photo is left distorted. I’m going to request a refund.

  • #CozyKoala - 2019-10-13 06:47:05

    Not what I needed

    I want a refund immediately. It blurred the people I needed to take out of the photo. Which ruined the photo. Please just give me my refund and I’ll be on my way. It’s been a week and I still haven’t got my refund. Very unhappy. 0 stars.


“…there's no easier way to remove unwanted items from your images...” — The Guardian
“It's in my Top 5 "must have" photo apps.” — Michał Koralewski, Photographer of the Year 2015, IPPAwards
“TouchRetouch is a terrific ‘remover’.” — Life In LoFi

TouchRetouch is an app that offers you all the tools you need to efficiently remove unwanted content from your iPhone photos.

What magic can you do with TouchRetouch?

• Remove telephone wires and posts, power lines
• Remove surface breaks and scratches — both straight and curved
• Remove photobombers
• Remove pimples and skin blemishes
• Remove human-made objects like stop lights, street signs, trash cans
• Remove whatever you feel is spoiling your photos


Make unwanted objects vanish right before your eyes by just marking them.
With Blemish Remover, you can touch any minor blemish once to remove it forever.


Mark only a section of a line to remove it whole; no need to be precise — the app will find the line.
If you need to erase only a part of a line, use Segment Remover.
Set Line Thickness to Thin, Medium, or Thick for better performance.


Eliminate distractions from photos with the Object Removal tool — select either Brush or Lasso, mark the content to be removed, and then tap the Go button.
Remove defects or duplicate objects by using the Clone Stamp tool.
Adjust Stamp Size, Hardness, and Opacity as desired.
Use Eraser to wipe out what has just been cloned.
Set Eraser Size, Hardness, and Opacity as needed.


Watch the in-app video tutorials for guidelines on how to use the app.
Read some tips and advice on how to get more out of the tools the app offers.

Download TouchRetouch now and have a bit of magic in your pocket.

TouchRetouch is brought to you by ADVA Soft — a developer of Handy Photo and AntiCrop. We are doing our utmost to create apps that would positively affect your photo-editing experience. Visit ADVA Soft website at to learn more about the company and the apps it develops.

For any assistance with TouchRetouch, contact ADVA Soft Support at We welcome all your inquiries, comments, or suggestions about the app.

Love TouchRetouch? Would you like to become our beta tester and help us beta-test the app? Let us know by sending your feedback at