Google’s app is about as basic as it gets, but it’s capable of more than it lets on. The software is worth a looksee before moving on to other things. This also lets you experience what the company that designs Android thinks a camera app should be.
Download: Google Camera for Android (Free)
2) Camera ZOOM FX
Camera ZOOM FX is the app for those of you who find the default apps too basic. You want control over
what folder your photos appear in. You want to apply filters as you’re shooting. You want to capture photos in bursts and adjust white balance while you’re at it. You want to experiment with time lapse photography. You might even want to change the camera shutter animation, because you’re feeling goofy.
3) Camera360 Ultimate
Camera360 has been around for years, and it strives to be the one feature-rich app you need for snapping photos. It’s packed with filters, powerful effects, and editing tools. There are multiple ways to share photos. If you decide to go with this one.
Download: Camera360 Ultimate for Android
image. Out-of-the-box, this app will radically alter your photos. It
will apply filters, crop images down, and make any number of changes to
get your photos social network ready. But Vignette does this while
offering one of the more minimalist interfaces you will find in the Play
Store. This alone was enough to catch my eye.
Download: Vignette for Android (Free)
Retrica is aimed at those of you who aren’t all that interested in how well a picture originally turns out — you’re just going to edit and filter it anyway. Then you’re going to stick it in a collage and upload it to a social network that will scale it down to a smaller size and reduce the image quality.
Download: Retrica for Android
6) Camera MX
Camera MX is packed with features, but it
offers an interesting technique called Shoot-the-Past mode. This lets
you rewind to the moments immediately before a shot to see if you can
capture a better image, which can be very helpful for folks who can’t
stop taking blurry shots by accident. I know, that sounds kind of cool
and creepy at the same time. Fortunately you have to opt-in before
Camera MX starts recording moments automatically.
Camera MX’s interface lets you tweak a good number of settings without having to dive into a separate screen.
Download: Camera MX for Android