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Photo of announcement invitation for the Galaxy S4 leaked. Real or fake?

by: Joe HindyJanuary 4, 2013
It's 2013 and, thus, time to get excited about this year's Android releases. One of the hottest releases of 2013 will be the Galaxy S4. Are these leaked photos, specs, and invitiations being leaked real or will we have to wait for the real thing?
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Dropbox adds new image related features to its Android beta

by: Varun RajDecember 23, 2012
The Dropbox beta for Android has received a major update which brings several new image related features, fixes, and tweaks to the app. Dropbox has also added a new feature that will allow users to opt in to the new features before everyone else.
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iGallery: Enjoying the iPhone’s Photos app on Android

by: Dan EvansOctober 3, 2012

It wasn’t all that long ago that we took a look at a launcher that turned your Android tablet’s UI into a dead ringer for iOS. Some people find iOS attractive and clean while others may beg to differ. If you’re one of those people who admire Apple’s software then you can appreciate the neatness of iOS’s Photo app interface.

If you want to admire that neat UI and functionality on your Android device, then this app by XDA Developers member mehul_crazybound is definitely for you. Introducing iGallery, a photo app that brings the neatness of the iOS Photo app on your Android device and might make a good alternative to your stock gallery [...]

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photup for Facebook: Quick and easy Facebook photo uploader

by: Dan EvansAugust 20, 2012

People who snap shots of all their important life events and manually upload their images to Facebook have a lot of time to spare. Some of them even take the time to tag each photo individually and add a caption to them. Unfortunately, not everyone has the same amount of free time. The fewer the steps it takes for me to upload to Facebook, the better. It seems that Chris Banes, developer of photup for Facebook, had the same idea in mind.

Say goodbye to wasting too much time uploading an image to Facebook. photup for Facebook allows you to easily snap a shot, enhance the photo, and upload it — all from one app. When you first launch the app, you’re instantly [...]

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Instamap: Viewing geotagged Instagram photos on Google Maps

by: Carl ParkerJuly 4, 2012

Nothing is more refreshing than having the chance to take a peek at different local places or even distant parts of the world without actually having to deal with the hassles of traveling.

Say for example, you want to see the recently opened Sky Tree Tower in Japan, but you don’t have the luxury of time to go out of the country and leave your job. Perhaps you’d settle on just letting it pass, while hoping that someday, the chance would come knocking on your door. But, more often than not, you feel inclined to find ways to see the view without compromising your entire business.

You may not be able to fly out to the destination of your dreams just yet [...]

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PicCollage: Assemble photo collages quickly and share them around

by: Paul NuñalJune 27, 2012

PicCollage has finally made its way to Android devices, saying goodbye to its status as an iOS exclusive. PicCollage is a collage maker that is simple to use with a bucket load of features for users to explore.

Using the elaborate tools in the application, users can create wonderful works of art using only their smartphones. PicCollage is packed full of background templates that are easy to apply and allow users to use mutli-touch gestures to maneuver images and share other extended features.

PicCollage lets users build nothing more than photo collages, hence the app’s name. Getting started is a breeze and once you get inside the app’s home [...]

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Photo Saver: Backing up your phone photos en masse to Facebook

by: Ken EastJune 27, 2012

Facebook integration has become a must for almost everything connected to the web, intended to gain leverage from the millions of people viewing the site at every tick of the clock. Thousands of users post their latest status, videos, and most importantly, photos.

Ironically, Facebook itself or any of the Facebook applications found on the Google Play Store don’t support a feature to easily upload a lot of photos. This is precisely the niche that Photo Saver tries to serve, giving you a decent and simple photo upload and backup application on your Android device.

Photo Saver is a fresh Android app which allows you to easily upload and back up your photos [...]

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InFoto: Quick and easy infographic about your shutterbug habits

by: Paul NuñalJune 22, 2012

Not all users are familiar with their phone’s hardware and specifications. Most of the time, users don’t bother to check them out or even take notice of the many things that their device can do. For tech junkies and hardware enthusiasts, however, knowing what your device is capable of and how you’re using your device is important. That’s where benchmarking comes in.

The Google Play Store is chock full of benchmarking applications that each serve a specific purpose. For those of you who really care about getting hardcore information, here’s an app that is designed to get information about your camera usage.

If you’re a photography enthusiast, [...]

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“α” CLOCK for Mobile: Time-lapse photography app for experiencing Sony’s Time-Shift UI

by: Paul NuñalJune 18, 2012

Sony has a brand-new surprise that’ll give Android users plenty of visually enticing photos to drool over. It seems that the Japanese manufacturer has ventured into what seems to be a photo gallery application but turns out to be more than just that.

Officially known as “α” CLOCK for Mobile, this application lets users experience Sony’s new Time-Shift UI on their Android device. The app will present to you various photos of famous landmark destinations, most of which come from the UNESCO World Heritage sites, taken with high resolution cameras that use “α” Interchangeable lenses.

Each location holds numerous photos that were taken during various [...]

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Best HDR camera apps for Android

by: Paul NuñalMay 30, 2012

Most Android smartphones these days feature a 5- to 12-megapixel camera, bundled into one neat package with advanced camera features. Compared to Apple’s iPhone, Android is opensource and allows users to tweak the basic camera settings to satisfy any user.

See Also: Best camera apps for Android

When it comes to HDR-quality photos, the secret lies in the software itself because it is the one responsible for making your shots crystal clear with HD characteristics. As we explore the Google Play Store, we’ve managed to stumble upon loads of apps that cater primarily to enhancing images. Here are some of the best apps that will turn your shots into HDR quality [...]

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