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The Best Of Your Mobile Photos!

Featured image by: Rehan Hooda The other day we asked you to share the best photo you had taken with your phone hundreds of you entered and we loved them! Here are the best from XDA and Twitter. Macro, OnePlus One, LG G4, Nexus 6, Nexus 6P, #XDASnaps      Saini_09 captured this impressive shot on his OnePlus One in Bhutan! Also on a OnePlus One was RAJEEV PAPPACHAN,...

Share the Best Picture You’ve Taken on your Phone!

Our phones now have rather amazing cameras, and we often love taking pictures with them. But unless we spend time on Instagram or image sharing platforms, who will judge our favorite photos? Well, here's a space for that. Let's see how good of a phone photographer you are! Or how nice your phone's auto-mode is... If...

Why Images in some Camera Apps are Upside Down on the Nexus 5X

New users of the Google Nexus 5X may have noticed a peculiar problem arise when they snap a picture using some third-party camera apps - the image ends up being upside-down! This issue isn't exclusive to the Nexus 5X, though, as it has previously occurred on the front-facing camera of the Nexus 6. What causes this problem? Is it...

Best Camera on Phones Under $100 (Part 3)

In the exciting continuation of our Best Phones You Can Get Under $100 series, Jordan has compared the cameras. There are many people out there that swear loyalty to a Digital SLR, but it is often said, For many this means the camera on your smartphone. In this case, would these cameras do well...

How to Enable 1080p 60FPS Video Recording on the LG G4 – XDA TV

One of the features that was expected of the LG G4 was 1080p video recording at 60 frames per second. However, many were shocked when the option wasn't included on some LG G4s. The device is compatible with 1080p@60fps, it just isn't a selectable option. XDA Senior Member Pfeffernuss has found a way to enable...

What Can Different Manufacturers Learn From Each Other?

If you could pick one area where your phone's creator performs well in and have others take notice, which would it be? Hundreds of smartphones are released every year, of varying size, expense and quality, but only very few manage to gain appeal across a wide audience, and even the most successful handsets have flaws. Some of...

Time-Lapse with ChronoSnap – XDA App Review

Some of the most interesting pictures are time-lapse animations that capture the passage of time.  Someone painting a house, someone building a treehouse, or a sunset are just a few of the ideas for a time-lapse session. A lot of smartphone cameras have some great power now, so why not use a smartphone. Developer Nathan Osman...

Samsung Galaxy S6 To Receive Major Camera Update

When the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge were launched, they became the prime focus for all discussions as Samsung took a break on their traditional design philosophy and opted for something that their flagship lineup hadn't seen before. But along with the design, a lot of Android enthusiasts were also impressed by another aspect of...

Sunday Debate: Great Camera Hardware, or Software?

Join us in a fun Sunday Debate on phone cameras. Come with your opinions and feel free to read some of our thoughts, then pick your side or play devil’s advocate to get your voice heard and engage in friendly discussion. You can read our food-for-thought or jump straight into the fray below!     Cameras are typically...

Profile Picture Editor – App Review

One great thing about our smartphones is the ability to take pictures with them. You can even upload them to your social media if you are brave enough. However, sometimes you want to edit and embellish your social media and local photos before posting them. Talented Developers over at IntuitiveWare offer up a picture editing program for...

New App Spotlight: Geak Camera

Do you love adding filters to the snapshots you share on Instagram and Facebook, but wish you could see the filtered effects live while taking the shots? Senior XDA Forum member Flying Snail's new app is here to help. Geak Camera contains a pack of eight filter effects, two aspect ratios, and an intuitively minimal interface. Nothing here is...

Best Apps To View RAW Images On Android

Last week, I wrote about the best apps to unleash the raw photographic power of your Lollipop smartphone. All four of those cameras generate lossless DNG images with pounds of potential for apps like Photoshop to unlock, but what if you’re looking to edit or view those pics on the go? QuickPic, Google Photos, and the...
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