Android Photo Apps {WW #86}

I have to share my favorite Android Photo Apps. I am in awe of the abilities of my new Samsung Note 2 Phone Camera! It seriously is amazing!! I find myself using it a lot more then my DSLR. It is so easy to just grab and snap. Though my phone camera does have exposure settings, ISO settings, white balance settings, and a few other settings. So basically a manual phone camera.

Here are some photos that I took from the airplane while on my way to and from my blissful weekend at BlissDom in Dallas, Texas. I always made sure I got a window seat so I could take plenty of photos.

Android Photo Apps

I used my favorite Android Photo App for collages called Photo Grid. So many different combinations available.

Here are some photos I took the other day using the Macro Focus on my phone. First one was taken while I was inside cleaning Kenny’s truck while he was washing the outside. Then a little lady bug I found. Yay for Spring and warm weather.

Android Photo Apps

On Saturday this little birdie ran into our glass door. One of our dogs picked it up and I was able to save him/her from my doggies. He/She hung out with us for about 15 minutes before flying away. I think it was very thankful.

Android Photo Apps

Overall I am very happy with my new phone even if it did take forever to actually get it. It is here though and I am so glad I made the switch from my iPhone. No regrets here. If you have an iPhone and thinking about making the switch let me know if you have questions. I never thought in my smart phone life that I would get anything besides an iPhone. Things change.

 Here are some of my other favorite Android Photo Apps:

Snapseed

Pudding Camera

Pixlr-o-matic

Pixl Express

 

Do you have an Android Phone? If so, what are your favorite android photo apps?


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Comments

  1. Katherines Corner says

    Awesome! I’m still trying to figure out how to get the photos off of my android and into my email…….LOL sigh xo Thank you for hosting xo

  2. says

    Those are superb photos! I will try to download that app you shared, I currently use InstaPicFrame and I don’t know why – the one my cousin had on her phone was much better (though we had the same app).

  3. says

    If you hadn’t said that these were phone photos, I never would have guessed! Amazing!

    No smart phone here. Just a very, very dumb Tracfone. Still trying to talk my husband into letting me get a big girl phone. :)

  4. Teresa says

    Pro HDR cam is great for still shots, it takes three different pics and combines them for best lighting. Camera 360 is fun too. I have the Galaxy S2 and Im due for my upgrade. Eagerly awaiting the release date for the S 4!!