Top 10 Android Photography Apps

Ok, so you have a good Android phone and it’s is very likely that it has camera. Then you’d probably use that to share photos whenever you may be. While there’s nothing wrong with that, it sure ain’t a DLSR though you still want to get the most out of it. With most smartphone cameras being fixed as is, you then turn onto software-based enhancements that will not only improve on your photos, but will bring out the inner creative genius in you through the available effects they offer. And we reach again the point of asking “which is the best photography app out there”. And we’re here again to answer that question be giving out a list of some top choices when it comes to photography apps on your Android phone. Download any of these and start shooting!

In no particular order:

Retro Camera

IF you’re a fan of old school photography, or you simply want to have that old feel in all your pics, then Retro Camera is perfect. Read more and download.

Fx Camera

Fx Camera is one those apps that’s on the OK side. While not being totally spectacular, it brings effects to the table that can make your friends appreciate your photo more or just chuckle by simply looking. Read more and download.

FatBooth

Aside from great pictures, you might want to make fun of others through your photos as well. Whether placing their faces in another person’s body or something for some laughs. This is where FatBooth comes in. Read more and download.

Camera360

That’s 360 degrees right there — meaning this must be an all around photography app. Well, it has been in the market for a while so that explains that it’s really something. Read more and download.

Magic Hour

For those who can’t get enough of filters, then Magic Hour will probably suit your filter-addiction. For starters, the app itself already has 40 built-in filters, you read that right, 30. But, if you’re not satisfied that, then you can create your own. Read more and download.

PicPlz

There’s this known app in the Apple side of things called “Instagram” where you can edit, geotag and share your pictures across the Instragam site or any social media for that matter. How about those in the Android camp? Here’s an alternative – PicPlz. Read more and download.

PhotoFunia

PhotoMania, from the name alone, aims to bring you fun with your photos. We’ve heard that a few times before but this is their take on it. Read more and download.

Little Photo

Little Photo is an app that allows you to quickly and easily take photos, apply filters, then share. With over 70 effects and tools to choose from, Little Photo not only gives you the option of applying a filter, it also let’s you stack them. Read more and download.

PicSay

Many say that a picture is worth a thousand words. That may be true, but if a picture can actually utter words, then it will be a thousand words more worth, right? Read more and download.

PicsArt – Photo Studio

To say that an app is a photo studio must mean there’s a ton of features that a particular app has to offer. PicsArt brings in just that. It tries to merge the best features of most photo apps in the market and either improve on it or combine more. Read more and download.

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