The world of photography saw a drastic change in the last ten years. From films to digital to mobile photography and then back to films. Although the vintage photography style, that is, the films are quite the trend nowadays it did not take away the hype of mobile photography. Almost 80% of the whole modern population loves taking pictures or taken pictures.
This is the generation of ‘instant famous’ and hashtags and photography plays a very important role. With such a huge demand there is a huge supply of photography apps.
Top Ten Android Apps For Photographers & Image lovers
Let us take a look at the top ten photography apps for android. we are going to talk about their respective features, areas they cover and everything.
It comes free with an in-app purchase feature. The free version gives you about 10 presets or filters you can apply to your photos and basic editing tools like brightness, saturation, contrast, and geometry. However, if you subscribe to their membership you will get around 200+ presets or filters. They are always adding new presets now and then. It is a great app for all photography enthusiasts because of its great editing tools and preset and also it allows you to share your photos and get a chance to get selected by the VSCO team.
This app has so many cool features such as collage maker and grids, photo editor, free stickers, clipart & sticker maker, drawing & camera, photo remix & free-to-edit images, edit with friends- remix chat, and creative contests and photo challenges. Despite being equipped with so many features, the app is quite easy to use.
As mentioned earlier the vintage photography look is quite the trend and Huji wins that round. Huji is the best photography app when it comes to clicking pictures with texture just like in 1998. The app is easy to use, however, there is no option to focus or edit so it gives you the film camera vibe.
Snapseed is considered as the best photo editing app with key features like 29 tools that include healing, structure, HDS, brush, perspective, it allows jpg and raw files to open, selective filter brush. Snapseed is your go-to if you want the professional touch on your photographs. The app is not that complicated to use however you should always do some tests before applying the final look.
The Adobe Lightroom has the best pro-level camera with modes like raw, professional, and HDR. You can also edit your pictures for a more detailed and professional look and it does not damage the quality of your picture.
The only photography app on the list is not free. You have to purchase it, but trust us it is worth the money. There are several occasions when you click an amazing photo but there is an appearance of an unwanted object. This app helps you to remove that object from your photo without ruining your photo. The app has features like one-touch fixes, single-flick line removal, easy-to-use retouching, and an easy-to-follow tutorial. So in case you don’t how to use the app there are tutorials videos to guide you.
Too much aesthetic is not bad and Vapogram helps you to achieve that with its key features like Glitch effects, VHS trippy effects & RGB effects, texture & shaders effect, DuoTonr colors & filters, vaporwave, retro wave & aesthetic pink stickers, aesthetic & vaporwave frame and aesthetic quotes/texts adding options.
Pixlr has a wide range of features from creating collages using various options to editing with so many editing features. You can crop, add effects, add more color and contrast. Pixlr is your go-to if you do not want to keep too many photography apps on your phone. It is very easy to use as any other photography apps. The most important features of Pixlr are removing blemishes & red eyes, whiten teeth, and smoothening skin features. These features are very prominent and these are what set this app apart from the other apps.
‘Food bloggers’, ‘Insta food’, ‘Foodie’ is quite the hype on social media and it is not a surprise that a company has developed a photography app for clicking food pictures. It is said that this app is a must for social media foodie stars. The app has a collection of amazing features, basic editing tools, and most importantly a reliable smart guide features. Easy to use and very effective.
Ratings: 4.3/ 4.4
Downloads: 1,000,000,000+ / 1,000,000,000+
Although both the apps are more of social media apps people use their cameras more than they use their normal phone camera this is because of the feature they have to offer. For Snapchat, we all know that the doggy filter is the undying trend, and they’re more than 50 filters in that app, and also there is another feature called the bitmoji. You can use the bitmoji stickers on your pictures to make it look more fun. On the other hand, Instagram has the same filter feature with more than fifty filters and has extra features like rewind and boomerang which an ordinary photography app can not provide. Snapchat and Instagram are widely used all over the planet, they are easy and convenient. Instagram comes with its basic editing tools and effects for photos.
If you ask to choose any one of the above then we have to pass. We cannot. No one can. Snapchat and Instagram are necessities. VSCO is a great app for applying dept in your pictures. PicsArt is great if you are creative. Pixlr, Adobe Lightroom, and Snapseed are must if you want a professional touch on your photos, however you can choose any of them, whatever is more convenient for you. The rest of the apps are equally good so if you want you should just download all of them.
1. What Is The Best Camera App 2021?
Short Answer- ProCam X is an easy pick for the best camera app on Android, thanks to the versatility it offers. The interface is customizable, it’s compatible with most of the best Android phones, and you can even use it to record video.
2. Which Is The No 1 Camera App In The World?
1. Google Camera
2. Camera Zoom FX Premium ($3.99).
3. Camera MX (Free)
4. Camera360 (Free)
5. Pixtica (Free)
6. Cymera Camera
1. Candy Camera.
2. Footej Camera 2.
3. Simple Camera.
4. Camera FV-5 Lite.
5. Silent Camera.
6. ProCam X – Lite.
7. Bacon Camera.