When a moment passes by, all that can be left of it are its memories that are left lingering in our minds. However, the ever active mind may push the image behind it as more and more things occupy it and soon enough, the memories only come in blurred images. To refresh these memories, nothing can be as good as a well-captured image with all the sharp characteristics that go down in making a perfect footprint on the memory path. Let’s take a look at some of the best camera apps that can help you achieve this.
1. Camera360 Ultimate
This is a popular camera app on Google Play Store. This is because it has a wide range of things that it can do without much struggle. They include a lens-filter system which can be applied before taking a picture. This saves you on energy that you’d have used searching for impudent filters in order to fix your picture. The app also contains a wide variety of so many other features that some of them are rarely used. This app is pretty much easy to use.
2. Google Camera
Google also provides you with its own camera that comes with a neat and simple user interface as well as a few manual settings due to the absence of an ISO, filters and white balance. It also comes with Panorama modes and Photo Sphere, which operate on a fun procedural mechanism as well as Lens Blur.
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However, the Google Camera has been reported to a bit troublesome on some devices, with frequent crashes being reported though the app is pretty much worth giving a try since it gives excellent results when it’s working right.
3. VSCO Cam
This app is not so popular though, due to its tendency to take time before it loads which menu you’re using. However, it’s one of the best camera apps due to the good quality of its adjustments as well as its good amount of customization. It combines a camera with editing and sharing functions.
4. Pixr Express
This app needs to be used with another camera app because it only works as an image editor. However, it’s as awesome image editor with amazing image editing features. It comes with an automatic image corrector and adjustor, which makes it give that touch of a photoshop experience. The app also comes with abundant stickers, different font-styles and much more to tweak your photos with and give them that professional touch.
5. A Better Camera
It is exactly what it’s telling you. This app stands out among the many Android camera apps with its exuberant features. One of them is Bestshot, which takes many photos in quick succession and then chooses the best of them for you.
Among other features, this app also comes with an immediate post-processing feature, which you can use to record videos with the HDR feature. However, this app presents itself with in-app purchases too but the little investment matches up to it’s name.
6. Manual Camera
For those who take photography a bit more seriously and know every nitty gritty that spices up the whole process, then this is the app for you as it lets you adjust every detail of your pictures. The photos taken with this app can also be stored in RAW format, which gives the opportunity for further processing. This is the app for those who want to make professional photos from their smartphones.
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