Monday, 30 October 2017

Top Five Camera Apps To Take Better Photos For Android Users

Have you ever wondered if it’s possible to take better photo shots on Android devices? Today we have put together a large collection of apps that can help you archive this.

Google Camera

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With a clean layout and intuitive controls, Google’s Camera app has been getting better and better both for beginners and pros alike. But it’s really Nexus and Pixel owners who will get the most of this app since these are the only phones that support Google’s own HDR+ mode. HDR+ adds low noise to it’s processing and is capable of creating some of the most stunning smartphone imaging available yet, even in the darkest lighting conditions.
You can also take panoramic pictures and use Photo Sphere, a walk-in spherical panorama function that makes immersive viewing possible in Google’s Photos app. The Nexus or Pixel motion sensors work wonders but true 360-degree cameras are still better suited for such shots.

Camera Zoom Fx

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Camera Zoom FX is a classic among Android camera apps – having been on the market for quite some time, providing a continuous stream of updates and features for its users.
The camera app allows you to use preset filters, but also lets you use it as a no frills, pure camera app. Camera Zoom FX will let you set up grid lines as well as display a stabilization indicator. With this option turned on, you’ll see a red circle on your display if you are shaking too much while trying to take a photo.
An interesting feature is the incognito mode. If you’re ever in a situation where you want to take a photo, but don’t want your surroundings to see what you are doing, you can launch the incognito mode. The camera launches a image which masks as a web page, with a small camera window in the top corner. If you tap on the display, the camera will then take a photo. Camera Zoom FX has a host features which will make be sure to satisfy every smartphone photographer. Camera Zoom FX is available as a free and paid app.

ProShot

camera
While its interface might take a little while to learn to navigate, it’s a feature-packed app for shooting better pictures. The grid overlay is a useful thing to have on hand, and there are two kinds of on-screen levels to help make sure you’re shooting straight.
The usual manual controls are present – ISO, exposure, focus, white balance – and the built-in gallery also displays ISO and shutter speeds for each picture you’ve taken. It’s not the best-looking gallery but it’s certainly a powerful app that has some intuitive features throughout – like the precise one-finger zooming and a fun Light Painting option that ‘develops’ photos in front of your eyes.
It’ll even support up to 4K video capture, providing you have the right hardware.
While there used to be a free version to try out, there’s now just a paid $5 version.

Open Camera

camera
When you want a lightweight camera app, and you want it to be totally free, there’s not much better than Open Camera. It has many of the same manual control features as premium apps and even offers up a handy home screen widget that lets you take a photo with a single press.
Using that widget isn’t going to get you the best visual results from your camera, but when that isn’t a priority, it’s a handy button to have. Otherwise, the multitude of options provided in the app will help you get your pictures looking just the way you want.

Camera360 Ultimate

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Camera360 is hugely popular in the Google Play Store. It offers a comprehensive camera app that’s capable of pretty much anything. It uses a lens-filter system that can be applied before a picture is taken, meaning you don’t have to wait until later to see whether your picture is fixable by adding a cheeky filter. It contains a huge variety of options and effects, even to the point whether you might wonder if some of them are truly a lot of use.
What’s particularly good is that it’s easy to use and doesn’t bury all of the options away in individual menus. This is something which other cameras lack, but it’s really useful to have everything in one place instead of going through several different screens.
It also brings across features like stickers and cartoon effects that you can apply to your photos easily enough before sharing or saving them. Those are features more often found in messenger apps like Line or WhatsApp, but some people will find having that ability directly in the camera app more useful.

Have you ever wondered if it’s possible to take better photo shots on Android devices? Today we have put together a large collection of apps that can help you archive this.

Google Camera

camera
With a clean layout and intuitive controls, Google’s Camera app has been getting better and better both for beginners and pros alike. But it’s really Nexus and Pixel owners who will get the most of this app since these are the only phones that support Google’s own HDR+ mode. HDR+ adds low noise to it’s processing and is capable of creating some of the most stunning smartphone imaging available yet, even in the darkest lighting conditions.
You can also take panoramic pictures and use Photo Sphere, a walk-in spherical panorama function that makes immersive viewing possible in Google’s Photos app. The Nexus or Pixel motion sensors work wonders but true 360-degree cameras are still better suited for such shots.

Camera Zoom Fx

camera
Camera Zoom FX is a classic among Android camera apps – having been on the market for quite some time, providing a continuous stream of updates and features for its users.
The camera app allows you to use preset filters, but also lets you use it as a no frills, pure camera app. Camera Zoom FX will let you set up grid lines as well as display a stabilization indicator. With this option turned on, you’ll see a red circle on your display if you are shaking too much while trying to take a photo.
An interesting feature is the incognito mode. If you’re ever in a situation where you want to take a photo, but don’t want your surroundings to see what you are doing, you can launch the incognito mode. The camera launches a image which masks as a web page, with a small camera window in the top corner. If you tap on the display, the camera will then take a photo. Camera Zoom FX has a host features which will make be sure to satisfy every smartphone photographer. Camera Zoom FX is available as a free and paid app.

ProShot

camera
While its interface might take a little while to learn to navigate, it’s a feature-packed app for shooting better pictures. The grid overlay is a useful thing to have on hand, and there are two kinds of on-screen levels to help make sure you’re shooting straight.
The usual manual controls are present – ISO, exposure, focus, white balance – and the built-in gallery also displays ISO and shutter speeds for each picture you’ve taken. It’s not the best-looking gallery but it’s certainly a powerful app that has some intuitive features throughout – like the precise one-finger zooming and a fun Light Painting option that ‘develops’ photos in front of your eyes.
It’ll even support up to 4K video capture, providing you have the right hardware.
While there used to be a free version to try out, there’s now just a paid $5 version.

Open Camera

camera
When you want a lightweight camera app, and you want it to be totally free, there’s not much better than Open Camera. It has many of the same manual control features as premium apps and even offers up a handy home screen widget that lets you take a photo with a single press.
Using that widget isn’t going to get you the best visual results from your camera, but when that isn’t a priority, it’s a handy button to have. Otherwise, the multitude of options provided in the app will help you get your pictures looking just the way you want.

Camera360 Ultimate

camera
Camera360 is hugely popular in the Google Play Store. It offers a comprehensive camera app that’s capable of pretty much anything. It uses a lens-filter system that can be applied before a picture is taken, meaning you don’t have to wait until later to see whether your picture is fixable by adding a cheeky filter. It contains a huge variety of options and effects, even to the point whether you might wonder if some of them are truly a lot of use.
What’s particularly good is that it’s easy to use and doesn’t bury all of the options away in individual menus. This is something which other cameras lack, but it’s really useful to have everything in one place instead of going through several different screens.
It also brings across features like stickers and cartoon effects that you can apply to your photos easily enough before sharing or saving them. Those are features more often found in messenger apps like Line or WhatsApp, but some people will find having that ability directly in the camera app more useful.

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