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The Google Camera app system requirements do require Android 4.4 (KitKat) or better, as a result this does leave out a lot of older phones and tablets. The app does take advantage of features of higher end phones, so you will need to upgrade if your device has an older version of Android. See More
Use Photo Sphere and Google Camera to create three hundred and sixty degree panoramic photos easily. Photo Sphere photo images allow the viewer to move around within the world you have created, move up, down, left or right to see everything. Photo Sphere also gives you the tools to create your own Google Maps street view and share it with other Maps users. See More
Snapseed includes many features of high end photo editing software, auto correct, image tuning and other effects. Snapseed makes editing your photos easy and gives the photographer many options to choose from in how they present their images. Scrolling up and down lets the user choose from different effects and tools, swiping left to right determines the intensity. This app includes many effects such as tilt shift that are hard to find elsewhere. See More
The interface starts with three different buttons (pictures, videos, settings) and each level umbrellas in order to access the huge amount of features. While using the interface, there are many features that make operation simple. In order to access recent pictures from the camera, swipe left. In order to delete pictures, swipe left again. Tapping a photo reveals the effect menu. Pinching zooms in. See More
While taking a picture, the options include: HDR, flash, white balance, exposure, contrast, saturation, additional camera settings, burst mode, fast mode, front/back toggle, silent shutter, stable shot, panorama, self timer, and grid. Additional settings include: picture and video size, scene mode,self timer, burst mode, time lapse, JPEG quality, effects, ISO, anti-banding, scene detection, video bitrate, and audio settings. See More
ProShot requires that the Android OS is on version 5.1 or higher in order to install and work. Considering there is only a developer preview for this version to date, it basically can not yet be installed. Even when 5.1 comes out there will not be many devices using it. See More
The Instagram for Android user interface is designed to be easy to pick up for users of all skill levels. Simple controls make it quick to snap photos and selfies at a moments notice and then make them look cool before sharing on Instagram and other social networks See More
Instagram for Android offers seventeen different filters that can be used. These filters can be used in many different photographic situations to add dramatic effects and fix some common exposure problems. Instagram filters are very easy to use and make editing photos fun. Each filter can be applied on a scale of 0%-100%. See More
The Instagram community started with the iOS version of the app. It grew to a large number of users before adding an Android version later on. Never a shortage of interesting photos to look at and photographers to follow, as well as being very easy to share your photos with the community and your friends. See More
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