As an avid mobile photographer, you are probably no stranger to photo editing apps that can take your pics to the next level. However, you can achieve equally impressive results by using different camera apps instead of your usual app. Here are the top 7 camera apps for Android to try!
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1. Open Camera
Open Camera is a free, open source camera app that gives you more freedom with creating your photos than your stock camera app. It has lots of ways to customize your pics, several popular automatic settings, and a variety of remote control features that will help you take fantastic photos even without touching your device.
2. Camera 360
Camera 360 is a free Android camera app that is the perfect combination of a serious approach to photography and a lighthearted desire to make you laugh. In addition to some very advanced camera tools, Camera 360 offers lots of ways to customize your photos afterwards with effects, stickers, and edits.
3. Camera MX
Camera MX is one of the original Android apps that were designed to challenge the stock camera app that comes with the system. It’s not as complex as professional photographers would probably want, but it gives you just enough options to make your photos stand out, including a built-in GIF creator.
4. Google Camera
Google Camera could have been the number one Android camera app on any list if it wasn’t for the fact that it’s only officially available for Google Pixel and Nexus devices. However, if you own one of them or can get over this slight obstacle, you will be rewarded with an easy-to-use design and some of the most advanced photography features you’ve ever seen on smartphones.
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5. Cymera Camera
Cymera Camera is a camera app that stands out from the rest: instead of improving your landscapes or group shots, it’s designed to upgrade your selfies. This selfie camera app features an endless range of filters, stickers, effects, and other tools that will help you improve your selfies both before and after they were taken.
6. A Better Camera
You certainly expect a lot from an app called A Better Camera, and it’s safe to say that it delivers on your expectations. A Better Camera is a free app that can save you the hassle of choosing the right settings for each shot by offering you a variety of photo modes, which include burst, night mode, and HDR photos and videos.
SayCheese is probably the most unique app on our today’s list, but there are situations where you absolutely need it. SayCheese allows you to connect two smartphones to take a photo remotely. This app can get very handy when you want to take a group shot and don’t have a selfie stick, a tripod, or someone to hold your phone for you.
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