Nearly every photography app I can possibly think of always comes back to one thing: social. No one shares just to share. It’s all about seeing people like your photos, getting followers, and expanding your footprint on the Internet. I get the value in services like Instagram, where all of your photos are tracked and ... Read More »
The UltraPixel camera on the HTC One is just one of the handset’s many flagship features; you could argue that it’s the biggest selling point of the device. Sure, the display is fantastic, and the industrial design is in a league of its own, but Android devices aren’t well known for their cameras. The One ... Read More »
We’re still not sure if the Samsung GT-i9260 is the model number tied to the Galaxy Premiere, Galaxy Nexus II or both, but pictures from the device have started to make their way onto Google’s photo sharing service, Picasa, giving us an idea of what kind of photo quality could be included in ... Read More »
Samsung is no stranger to taking an idea that has been poorly executed in the past, and getting it right. But even for the world’s number one Android manufacturer, building a successful point-and-shoot camera powered by Android is no easy task.
Where others have failed, Samsung is looking to succeed. They’re taking the best the ... Read More »
iOS apps have been headed to Android in droves this past year, but there’s one app that manages to maintain its comfortable spot as an exclusive on Apple devices. Despite how badly consumers want it to cross the line. That app is the ever-popular Instagram. And thankfully, it’s exclusivity period is almost at an end.
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Ready for the first Ice Cream Sandwich rumor/leak of the day? (This close to the unveiling, today just might get crazy). Some leaked icons rumored to be from the native gallery app in Ice Cream Sandwich have surfaced online, pointing toward some rather handy built-in photo editing options in the next major release of Android.
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Flickr came out of left field today during the hoopla that was the Amazon Kindle Fire announcement and released their Android application on the Market. Users of the photo sharing service (especially those who pay for the Pro tier of service) have been anxiously awaiting any sort of communication from Flickr or Yahoo! about an Android ... Read More »