Android or iPhone, you ask? It’s up there with ‘Canon vs Nikon’ among the most hotly contested questions of our digital age. We all know that a DSLR is ideal, but we also know that the best camera is the one you have on you.
With this in mind, our Android vs iPhone comparison aims to find out which platform offers the most creativity and control for serious photographers.
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Photo editing has really come far in a short amount of time. Photo apps for Android, iPhone and iPad have allowed a new generation of photographers to explore the limits of their creativity.
But there are photo apps for more than just photo editing. In this post we’ve rounded up some of the best photo apps designed with photographers in mind.
Smartphone photography is growing in popularity. The trend started with the iPhone, which quickly became the most popular camera on Flickr, and has grown steadily with the launch of more powerful smartphone cameras, such as the Nokia Lumia 1020 and its 41-megapixel sensor.
The much-anticipated iPhone 5 was finally revealed last night at Apple’s Cupertino, California, headquarters, and while the main headline is the 6th-generation smartphone’s slimmer figure (18% thinner and 20% lighter than iPhone 4S), there are some key improvements to the iPhone 5 camera – resolution and video capabilities being key among them – that should appeal to photographers everywhere.
Although probably not quite as ubiquitous as the iPhone or iPad, there are nevertheless plenty of hot Android photo apps that are just as good as those designed for Apple devices. And the good news is, there’s lots of great apps photo apps for Android that cost you nothing at all to download – here we take a look at the best of the free apps currently available.
The Camera MX free Android camera app from MAGIX MX offers creative filters such as sepia, negative or Lomo effects.