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  • While the iPhone 4 is considered by many to be the best phone for backup photography purposes, there are many Android phones that certainly won't disappoint—thanks largely due to the wide range of photography apps available on the Android Market
  • I guarantee that Camera360 is all worth it, especially since there are already a number of modes available in the free version anyway


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      While the iPhone 4 is considered by many to be the best phone for backup photography purposes, there are many Android phones that certainly won’t disappoint—thanks largely due to the wide range of photography apps available on the Android Market. The best one among them? I honestly believe it’s Camera360.

      The free version of the Camera360 app is already very serviceable, with a great variety of options,


      effects, and enhancements that you can choose from to manipulate a photo you’ve taken and add some finishing touches to it. Users also has the option to save both the original unaltered photo along with the one modified by the app’s filters and effects.

      The Japanese Style mode is my favorite, which lets you take pictures that are similar to the ones used popularly in Japanese cinematography and photobooks. There are two HDR modes, a Retro mode, the omnipresent Lomo mode, color enhancement, night enhancement, and black and white modes as well. All it takes to take full advantage of the app is to know the strengths of each mode so you can pick the one that works best for a particular situation.

      The Ultimate paid version, though, unlocks some of the effects and ...


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      post-processing settings that are shown but unusable in the free app. It’s only $3.99 to upgrade, which is well worth every penny if you ask me. Camera 360 is really a great camera app. I daresay it’s even better than the well-known Instagram app for the iPhone. Aside from that, you’ll get free lifetime updates and free tech support if you opt for the Ultimate paid
      version. You can easily purchase this off the Market or via Paypal.

      So, if you’ve got an Android phone and you’re not very satisfied with the photos it captures, spice things up a bit and take your skills to the next level with this useful app. I guarantee that Camera360 is all worth it, especially since there are already a number of modes available in the free version anyway.




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hardisoj says :

I must admit I was a little skeptical downloading Camera 360. My skepticism is now erased. It has so many cool features, I take pictures and send them to my niece and nephew all the time.

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Nurul Syafiqah says :

re : While the iPhone 4 is considered by many to be the best phone for backup photography purposes, there are many Android phones that certainly won’t disappoint—thanks largely due to the wide range of photography apps available on the Android Market
If you have yet to see the Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom, you are sorely missing out. It’s an android phone which looks like camera. And as the name suggests, the phone even has a zoom lens The best thing is it’s android and user friendly. It also probably would withstand drops better as iphones are now known for its cracks.

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Lyndon says :

I would slightly disagree with you sir with regards to iphones. I own an iphone and samsung galaxy S4, love them both because of their features, they both have better resolution crystal clear i should say, they also has a better camera applications just suit your taste. In terms of operability I should say the samsung has the advantage because it is user friendly in fact you can download as many applications as you want without having an account. Unlike the iphone you can only download if you have an apple ID, but the unique is that the unlike samsung, iphone has great security features that protect your files and other information while samsung is prone to viruses and malwares due to minimum security requirements. With regards to physical durability, i will go to iphone because based on my experience, i dropped several times already my iphone and it doesn’t break or affect its operation and the screen is durable and i still use the phone until now. Unlike the samsung i already dropped it once unfortunately it affects the operation of the phone such as the capacity to acquire signal, constant hanging and also the camera is affected. But never the less these phones are reliable and effective and can deliver services to the user.

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Michael Muni says :

re : While the iPhone 4 is considered by many to be the best phone for backup photography purposes, there are many Android phones that certainly won’t disappoint—thanks largely due to the wide range of photography apps available on the Android Market
This sounds more like a sales pitch than a question.

Yes I agree that there are plenty of android phones capable to taking great photo’s. However this is all due to the photo sensor hardware in the phone not due to the software or apps on the phone.

If your goal is to have the phone as a camera backup, you’re not going to be applying filters and such on the photo’s You would be importing them to your computer and processing them like you would any other photo’s.

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