A Photo Tool (Libre)

Install latest/stable of A Photo Tool (Libre)

Ubuntu 16.04 or later?

Make sure snap support is enabled in your Desktop store.

Install using the command line

sudo snap install aphototoollibre

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Photo editor for Linux

Easy to use photo editor.

Tools to change exposure, contrast, white balance and more. Crop, rotate and resize images. Turn color photos into black and white with options to set how color is turned into grayscale.

There is print command available at the File menu. To print enable print documents permission for A Photo Tool (Libre) on Software Store. If printing is only showing option to create a PDF and does not show your installed printer then enable printing in app store apps permissions or try to enter command

sudo snap connect aphototoollibre:cups-control :cups-control

See tutorial video https://youtu.be/IaLD64QjRSg for instructions how to enable printing photos.

Editor supports JPEG file format. Additionally PNG and some other image formats can be edited.

Details for A Photo Tool (Libre)

  • GPL-3.0+

Last updated
  • 16 February 2023


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Ubuntu 22.04
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Ubuntu 18.04
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Debian 11
Ubuntu 21.04
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