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[Apps] Best camera apps for Android

Cameras on smartphones are a much bigger deal than they used to be. Companies are working hard at the bit to make their cameras more reliable, work better in low light, and add features that people want. Many people will base their purchase decisions on the strength of the camera. The point is that cameras are important on mobile devices these days. There are plenty of excellent apps to help you make the most of it. Here are the best camera apps for Android!

Camera FV-5

Price: Free / $3.95
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Camera FV-5 is one of many camera apps for manual camera fans. It emulates various DSLR features. That includes manual shutter speed, ISO, light metering, focus, white balance, and more. It also supports JPEG, DNG (RAW), and PNG file formats. There is support for 30 langauges as well. There are a ton of features. However, it does a good job of not feeling bloated. It even has support for volume key usage. You can pick it up for free or go pro for $3.95.

Camera MX

Price: Free / Up to $1.99
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Camera MX is one of the oldest and most popular camera apps. Developers update the app regularly and that keeps it current. It works best for simple stuff. The app has a variety of shooting modes. You can also use it to shoot photos or videos. There is even a GIF mode to make your own GIFs. The built-in photo editor can do the basics as well. It's a decent all-in-one solution. Serious photographers may want to look elsewhere.

Camera Zoom FX

Price: Free / $3.49
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Camera Zoom FX is another one of the older camera apps that aged well. It's a good mix of simple and serious. You'll get manual controls for things like ISO, shutter speed, exposure, and more. There are also filters, HDR mode, various photo modes, and more. There are also a few plugins that add even more features. It's not as mainstream as Camera MX. However, it does have more features than most manual camera apps. You can try it for free before paying $3.49 for the pro version.

Footej Camera

Price: Free / $2.99
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Footej Camera is one of the newer camera apps. It has a good mix of mainstream and serious photography features. It uses Android's Camera2 API. That means it has a full assortment of manual controls. It can also shoot video, make GIFs, a photo histogram, and burst mode. It also supports RAW format as long as your device does. You can try it out for free or pay $2.99 for the pro version. It's quite excellent without too many serious bugs.
Footej Camera





Manual Camera

Price: Free / $2.99
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Manual Camera is exactly what the name implies. It's a camera with a bunch of manual settings. It attempts to take full advantage of the Camera2 API. That means you get access to shutter speed, focus distance, ISO, white balance, and exposure compensation. It also has a timer and support for RAW. Your device needs support for RAW as well in order to use that feature. It's incredibly simple to use. Just make sure you try the free version before buying it.
Manual Camera


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Google Camera

Price: Free
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Google Camera is Google's official camera app. It's the one you'll find on most Google devices. It has a small, but effective set of features. They include a lens blur mode, slow motion (on supported devices), photo spheres, video stabilization, and more. The only downside is compatibility. You can only use this on devices running Android 7.1.1 and up (at the time of this writing). Even later on, only devices running the most current Android will likely be able to use this. Otherwise, it's free and it's really good.
Google Camera

 

If we have missed any of the best camera apps for Android, tell us about them in the comments!

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