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Photography Guide for Android users: 5 Best Photography Apps for Android

Your Android is a hub for your everyday activities. You use it for countless tasks; say getting your work done or connecting with your longtime friends, it is just a perfect handy device. Out of everything you do on your smartphone, you also take pictures…, and a lot of pictures. But how often are your shots prefect? According to a research, an average user takes 322 pictures in a day, and another research says we hardly take out time to lay an eye on these pictures. Meh! This sound too crappy. So what should you do to make these pictures perfect and timeless? Well, you can take a look at these 5 best Android photography apps (mentioned below) to make your photography experience more than just amazing!

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Step 1: Get Open Camera 

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Open Camera app will click pictures for you. Yes, we know you have an inbuilt camera in your smartphone and it is good enough. But if you’re amongst the users who like to have little extra then open camera is your app. The app has got camera filters, video recorder, front camera for selfies and other essential settings for clicking remarkable shots. It is available for free on Google Play Store, so it won’t take much (just your data we mean) to download it.

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Step 2: Sort your Photographs with Duplicate Photos Fixer

 

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Once you have clicked number of pictures, you should filter them and remove duplicates! Now that’s the first requisite. This will help you have a clean and organized gallery. You can get away with duplicity with Duplicate Photos Fixer app. The app will scan and detect all duplicate & similar looking pictures from your gallery, place them in groups and will let you preview them all. Once you have seen them, you can auto-mark the duplicates and delete them. Duplicate Photos Fixer is a free app, which you can download from here.

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Step 3: Organize them with Google Photos

 

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Google Photos is an inbuilt Android app, so you don’t have to download it. This app stores every image you have in your phone, or rather say it an inbuilt backup option for your images. Recently, Google brought in major updates to this app and made it a bang-on app. Once you have signed it, you can categories your photos into different albums, make collage, do animation with your images and can also make a movie out of them. And yes, this app is synced with your Google account so everything you do here is saved online!

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Step 4: Download Photo Lab Picture Editor FX to spark up your pictures

 

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Well now you have a fresh and clean photo gallery. You can work on it to make it flawless with a good editing app. You can rely on Photo Lab Picture Editor FX app for this. The app has got frames, effects, filters, face photo montages and photo collage features. It’ll help you turn your plain photos into real attractive ones. And yes, this again a free app so you can easily download it!

Step 5: Share via #Instagram

Well finally, it’s Instagram on the list! We are sure that your pictures must be ready to share with your loved ones and the world. So what are you waiting for? Share them on Instagram! If you haven’t downloaded it yet, then do it right away. #Insta would give you a great platform to make you photo sharing experience amazing.

 

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These are 5 best photography apps for your Android. Though, there are plenty of apps available on Google Play Store but not all of them are worth downloading. You can rely on these apps for a good photo gallery. Plus, you can also download Noise Reducer Pro if your pictures have got distortion. The app will help you get away with it in no time. Happy Photographing!

Minal Khatri

Minal Khatri is a blogger at Systweak Software. She comes up with tech solutions with her write ups and attempts to help out typical users’. Offline, she is mostly found reading about philosophies, interacting with new people and learning about different cultures.

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