Android Phone Photography

I don't want to come across as someone who actually knows what she's talking about when it comes to phone photography.
With that said, I wanted to share a few apps that I have really like when using my Galaxy.

So many of the "good" apps out there are for IPhone users only.
I always feel bummed when one of my favorite bloggers or instagramers would mention the app they used on a certain picture, and then I would discover it was for I-users only.
So, after a lot of trial and error, I landed on 3 android apps that I think are great at editing my smart phone pics.

1.  The first Android app that I love is SnapSeed.
It has a wide array of options when editing.
It does take a little tinkering to figure out how to use it and what your favorite settings are, 
but once you get it figured out, it does a great job.
Another bonus is that it is FREE!

2.  The second Android app that I like to use is PhotoGrid.
It has quite a few different variations when putting multiple pics together in a collage.
I like to edit my photos in Snapseed first and then upload them to Photogrid to make my collages.
It is FREE as well!

3.  The third Android app that I use is Retro Camera.
This allows me to put different filters on my pics to give them a vintage look.
I use this the least out of all three, but I still find a place to use it when I want a "worn" look to my pics.

Keep in mind that every person has certain preferences when it comes to their pictures.
If I am getting professional pictures taken, then I certainly want them to be crisp and sharp.
When I take pictures throughout the day, showing little snippets of what life is like for us, I prefer a rugged, grainy look.  If you notice the graininess... that is my personal preference, not the app creating that look.

I hope these few apps will help you fellow android users edit your phone pictures.
I use my phone so much when it comes to capturing my day, and it is nice to be able to edit and publish them straight from my phone.


Do you have an android app that you love when editing?
Share in the comments so others can, hopefully, find more apps to use!!!

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