Android users have had a lot of camera apps to sift through and plenty of time to do it. Here are screenshots of seven of the most popular Android apps with pros and cons for each. Click here for a detailed review of each.
MyTubo is a free app that is simple and easy to use but there's nothing exceptionable about it.
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You can press almost anything to take a picture with Vignette but it's buggy and features are subpar. The demo is free and the upgrade version is $3.99.
CameraZoom is a well-rounded app with a full-range of precamera settings but it suffers from a slow shutter. $2.99.
ProCapture is free and Plus is a deal at $3.99. It's got the fastest shutter on the market and functions very well in all conditions. There's no post-picture editing.
NightCamera is free and + is $2.99. It nails taking Android smartphone photos in low light, and has plenty of options to get the just-right nighttime shot. The shutter is screen tap only and sometimes crashes between functions.
Instagram, just acquired by Facebook, makes crappy photos look artsy and cool. Plus, the shutter is quick. The camera is limited and is only available in a gated community.