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Why are android camera apps so bad compared to iphone?

Why Android Camera Apps Are So Bad Compared to iOS

Android phones appeal to many -- from affordable low-end devices to higher-end models with all the bells and whistles. But why are Android camera apps still nowhere near as good as iOS? Are Android users always going to be a step behind?

The Best Camera Apps on Google Play

The Best Android Camera Apps in 2022

Both general consumers and professionals have embraced smartphone photography in an increased capacity because it gives an accessible and convenient way to capture life's memories on the go and can also produce professional-looking work. As good as the stock experience is, there are numerous apps to help improve that shooting experience.

Massive Android Exploit Lets Hackers Control Your Camera, Affects ‘Hundreds of Millions’ of Users

A security firm has discovered a major Android exploit that would allow hackers to take control of your smartphone's camera in the background and use it to take pictures or record video while the phone is locked. The security report reveals that the exploit affects Google and Samsung smartphones, bringing the tally of affected users into the "hundreds of millions."

Google Working to Bring RAW Capability to Android Phones

Given the incredibly positive response Nokia got from the photo community when it announced that Lumia phones would soon be able to capture images in DNG RAW, it makes sense that operating systems other than Windows Phone would soon follow suit. Lo and behold, it seems Google is on the cusp of just such an announcement itself.

Voice Shutter Now Available for Android Phones Running CyanogenMod

CyanogenMod is sort of like Magic Lantern for Android phones. It's an open source, replacement firmware option for people who want to get more out of certain Android devices. And the most recent update targets the photographic community -- in a hands-free sort of way.

Polaroid Unleashes the Android-Powered iM1836

After a substantial leak in mid-December, we expected that Polaroid would unveil its android-powered J2 (or is it J3 now?) look-alike at CES. And here it is, officially announced in all its pre-production glory alongside a few other, less-impressive products.