Here is a list of best camera apps for Android to help you take better photos.
Most camera apps are designed to make photography as easy as possible for the end-user, removing complicated steps. The result is some Facebook-friendly snapshots, but certainly not professional pictures. For experienced photographers, you may be more at home with Manual Camera, which provides a range of settings options that most other apps just don’t offer. Shutter speed, focus, white balance, exposure compensation – you control every detail of your picture. Also, this app lets you save images in the lossless RAW format, which offers completely new possibilities for further processing.
A Better Camera
A Better Camera is not limited to its fantastic HDR function, this app also includes immediate post-processing, something which is absent in the camera apps from Sony, Samsung and co. You can also take several pictures in a rapid succession shot and then merge them to make an average, often providing the best results
Google Camera’s 360 degree panoramic feature is really impressive. You rotate your camera right or left after taking your initial shot, and you must trace white balls across the screen as you go around to maintain the correct orientation. While it didn’t work 100% of the time, and did necessitate that I move really slow to complete it, when it did work, the outcome was fantastic. It is capable of creating incredibly high resolution panoramic pictures which looked seamless, and it’s the best method for taking panoramics that I’ve ever used.
Camera360 is hugely popular on the Google Play Store, offering a comprehensive camera app capable of pretty much anything. It uses a lens-filter system that can be applied before a picture is taken, meaning you don’t have to wait until later to see whether your picture is fixable by adding a cheeky filter. It contains a huge variety of options and effects, even if they aren’t all entirely useful
It has the option of automatic image correction, and adjustments such as heal, focus and splash, it feels like a near-Photoshop level experience. Some of the effects and features are more useful than others, I’m not sure “stickers” were ever a good idea for photo-editing, but there is plenty to tinker with to get your pictures looking polished. You can also add text to your photos with a number of different font-styles.
Perfect your photos in a snap with the new Snapseed 2.0. This app brings to your mobile device the power and control of professional photo editing software, previously only available on the desktop. Now with the tap of a finger you can retouch, adjust perspective, re-edit, and more.