VSCO: Photo & Video Editor 12+

Edit with Filters & Effects

Visual Supply Company

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

Description

VSCO is a place where expression matters most. We offer creative photo and video editing tools, inspiration, and a place for you to be you.

Share your photos and videos with #VSCO for a chance to be curated by VSCO. We can’t wait to see what you create.

FREE PHOTO EDITOR
Take your photography to the next level with 10 free VSCO presets. Easily import and edit your RAW photos. Use editing tools like Contrast and Saturation to make your photos pop or use Grain and Fade to add texture and mimic analog film effects. Adjust or play around with your photo perspectives with Crop and Skew. Save and recreate your favorite edits with Recipes.

ADVANCED PHOTO EDITING TOOLS
Join VSCO Membership to access VSCO’s complete preset library with over 200+ presets. Recreate vintage film looks by Kodak, Fuji, Agfa, and others with Film X. Use advanced photo editing tools like HSL and Split Tone. Frame your images with a touch of color using Borders.

VIDEO EDITOR
Transform your videos on mobile with the same premium VSCO presets and advanced editing tools from our photo editor. Adjust white balance and experiment with color control with HSL. Easily create short video GIFs with DSCO.

VSCO MONTAGE
Tell a video story and make a moving collage by layering videos, images, and shapes. Celebrate moments, illustrate a mood, or experiment with photos and videos you already have in your Studio. Adjust the opacity of any media layered in to create an eclectic range of customized gel colors and double exposures.

CONNECT WITH A CREATIVE COMMUNITY
Explore inspiring photos, videos, and editorial in Discover. Find people you know and connect with friends already on VSCO. Create with Journals. Try something new with weekly photo Challenges exclusive to your VSCO membership.

MEMBERSHIP TRIAL AND SUBSCRIPTION TERMS
Start your VSCO membership with a free 7-day trial. Once the trial is over, you’ll be charged an annual subscription fee. Your VSCO membership will automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. You can go to your Settings > iTunes Account & App Store > Apple ID > Subscriptions to manage your membership and turn auto-renew off. Your iTunes Account will be charged when the purchase is confirmed.

Read more about our terms and conditions here —
http://vsco.co/about/terms_of_use

Read more about our privacy policy here —
http://vsco.co/about/privacy_policy

What’s New

Version 298.0.0

What’s new on VSCO

— Fixes for top crashes
— Smaller bug fixes and performance improvements

Thanks for creating with VSCO! We regularly release updates to improve your experience. Update to the latest version of VSCO for access to our newest presets, editing tools, and inspiring content.

If you'd like our help with any issues, please visit vs.co/help

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
212.8K Ratings

212.8K Ratings

Editors’ Choice

Like a good denim jacket, VSCO's got a coolness factor that can’t be measured. It isn’t just a set of perfectly made film-emulation presets and editing tools. It’s also a community of more than 30 million creators sharing and discovering their work—photography so striking it’ll make you wanna march outside and snap some of your own.

Lcall4 ,

Good, but…

Kinda annoyed that they recently took away even more filters and features unless you’re a member. I felt like the amount of available things was small to begin with but they took away even more?? Annoying.

Another thing, I would personally enjoy if journals came back, I think they’re great for documenting travel, road trips and other fun experiences. I feel like journals are cool because you can include multiple pictures in one “post”. Instagram, for example, allows users to include up to 10 images as a part of their post. Pinterest now has a similar feature. VSCO doesn’t have any feature like this, where you can include more than one picture, so I think journals fill that void. Sometimes, I’ll take a lot of great pictures at a life event (prom, graduation, a vacation, etc.) but I don’t feel like I’m able to post all the pictures because it’d clutter up my feed. Journals could help allow me to post more. I also like how you could give them little titles and stuff. So cute!

I also like how on this app, there are no visible likes and comments on posts—PLEASE keep it that way because it separates VSCO from other social media apps! I also feel more confident posting because I don’t have to worry whether something will get likes and comments or not. It’s nice because you also can’t see how many likes other people’s posts get. I think it’s great and it’s why I prefer this app to other social media apps.

Developer Response ,

We're sorry to hear you're having issues with accessing certain presets and tools. We've made some updates which means some presets and tools are now part of our membership offering. Your feedback has been forwarded to our Product team. Thank you for using VSCO. We apologize for this inconvenience.

ya yeet b ,

always room for improvement

I personally think VSCO is a great alternative to not only IG, but a great platform to share photos with other editors! I love the fact that there is no number associated with each post. All the social standards of having “a lot of likes/comments” is not an issue here. It allows creators to really just focus on expressing themselves through photo editing. I would like to say the same for video but it’s only available to members, which are those who can afford to do so; leaving those who aren’t as fortunate enough without that opportunity. I think making VSCO’s video feature free would really attract more users. In addition, I love how vsco can be easily linked to instagram (amongst other apps as well), but I dislike the fact that one must scroll and see every individual photo. I think if VSCO adapted a similar case to instagram, where photos are all in collages so that one can see multiple photos at once, rather than scrolling to view each individual one, it would be much more efficient. I guess being able to view VSCO through Instagram where one can see view multiple photos instead of scrolling down through every picture. Kind of like the desktop version of VSCO but on mobile (thru links). Overall, it’s a great app!!

Developer Response ,

Hi there. We really appreciate you for reaching out with your feedback. We will be sure to share this with our teams here. Thank you so much for using VSCO and for continuing to be a valued member of our community.

Subscriptions

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App Privacy

The developer, Visual Supply Company, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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