Another run at Android Photo app Suggestions

07 Oct 2012 admin In G+ Posts Tags: ,

Anyone have any more suggestions on what you like to use daily? Strangely the original post on this seems to be gone from my stream which is somewhat annoying as that had a pile of great comments on it, but all those suggestions were worked into this list.

Anyone have a suggestion for a good overall app that allows remapping the shutter to a physical button on the phone?

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Reshared post from +Brent Burzycki

*ANDROID USERS – Please list up your favorite Android Camera Apps* 

A list to get you started as a new Android Phone owner….
I have used at least all of these and then a pile of terrible apps – they all are worth looking at and choosing for yourself..

In the end I really have one or two I use daily… List of your favorites and with +1's we can vote on the best apps out there….


Photoaf Pano – 
Pano – – Highly Rated 
ProCapture – Camera & Panorama –
360 Panorama –


PRO HDR Camera – 
HDR Camera (+) – – Free & Paid Versions

*General Apps:* 

Vignette – 
Camera360 –
Retro Camera – 
Lightbox – 
Google Goggles – 
Little Photo – 
Fast Burst Camera (For Action Shots) – 
Be Funky – 
PicSin – 
Night Camera – 
Camera Zoom FX – 
Pudding Camera – 
Pixlr-o-matic – 
Streamzoo – 
Photoshop Express – 
Paper Camera – 
Pic-Say – 
Leme Leme – – Sort of like Instagram, No English Language Version thou 
Cymera –
MagicHour –
Pix –
Shot Control –
Instagram –
Aviary –
Afterfocus Pro –
Sleek Camera –

For Fun:

Water Reflection Effect –

*Sunrise, Sunset Aps:* 

Sun Surveyor – 
Sundroid – 
Sunrise & Sunset –
The Photographers Ephemeris –
LightTrac –

Astro Photography

Sky Map –
Star Chart –

Camera Control Apps:

DSLR Control –

*Exposure and Photo Tools:* 


Original Post on Google+ – See all the comments there:*

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Comments: 5

  1. Liz Quilty 7 Oct 2012 Reply

    Aldiko – best ebook reader out there, use it all the time 😀

  2. Chuck Jackson 7 Oct 2012 Reply

    +Brent Burzycki Good question….

    The ones I use the most would be my Gmail and Yahoo mail apps.  Another one I use a lot would be my Navigation app! My fav of all Droid apps must be my G+ app to be completely honest, though…LOL

  3. Brandon Larkin 7 Oct 2012 Reply

    I have used Vignette and it works well.  Lots of options and filters/borders if you want them.  

    It can be hard to find an app that maps to a physical button.  Vignette may do it but I'm not sure.

  4. Brent Burzycki 7 Oct 2012 Reply

    I am not sure I can find any app that does… Which seems strange

  5. Brandon Larkin 7 Oct 2012 Reply

    There are ways to do it when rooted, I believe, but very few apps have it because phones have fewer and fewer physical buttons.

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