It's time to unlock your Android device's full photographic potential. From pictorial collages to magic retouching tools, we've gathered the photo apps you need on your Google-powered phone or tablet including ...
(HDR, lomo, orton, little planet, color glow, pencil sketch, thermal, sequence, caleidoscope,
pop art, sepia, tilt shift, and many more) each one has several parameters
+ Save effects combinations (macro) + Self-timer anda all flash modes available on your device + Front camera supported
+ Image optimization
(Auto-optimizer, brightness, contrast, unsharp mask, saturation, cropping, reflect, rotating, strightening, white balance, color temperature) + All camera effects can also be applied afterwards + Unlimited undo
ORGANIZING PHOTOS: + View impressive slide shows – with backround music, Ken Burn effect and 3D transition + Convenient overview screens of your images and image folders + Sort your photos as you please + Set a photo as background image
SHARING PHOTOS: + Upload directly to Twitter and Facebook (the respective apps have to be installed) + Send your photos to other devices and friends via E-Mail or bluetooth + Free Online Album with 500 MB free storage space included
For those that have followed the state of camera software in AOSP and Google Camera in general, it's been quite clear that this portion of the experience has been a major stumbling block for Android. Third party camera ...
EyeEm, the mobile photo-sharing service that has managed to break out of the 'Instagram clone' bracket to find its own community of keen amateur and semi-pro photographers, has today launched a complete redesign of its ...
Phones Review New Google Plus photo features for Android users Phones Review If you are an Android Google Plus app user, then stick with this because there has been a great update that has added new photo features.
Smartphones have quickly become the most serious challenge to face the conventional compact digital camera since they first emerged onto the market. It's no exaggeration to say that all the big camera makers are becoming desperate to develop camera models that can stand up to this challenge. Nikon's response is the Coolpix S800c - the first camera from a major manufacturer to be openly based on the Android mobile operating system.