Best Camera Apps for Android in 2023

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In a short span of time, cameras on smartphones have become a big deal. To be honest, the smartphone has replaced a lot of gadgets that we used to have at our home.

The camera is just one of them. Though the camera on a smartphone has become much advanced and comes with a lot of features including manual control, many users want more control. Here are the 5 Best Camera Apps for Android that you can replace your default camera app with.

Best Camera Apps for Android 2023

1. Google Camera App

Google is without a doubt one of the pioneers in technology. The default app on Google Android devices comes with a lot of features and with every update, the controls are getting better.

The app requires a minimum of Android 7.11 to function properly. The options on Google Camera App include bokeh or blur effect, slow motion, and deep controls like shutter speed, exposure, etc. The app comes pre-installed on most Android devices.

2. Manual Camera

As the name suggests, the app gives you additional control over the manual settings of your camera. The app takes full advantage of the Camera2 API available for the developers. You can control shutter speed, ISO, focus distance, exposure, white balance, and much more.

The app comes with an inbuilt timer and also supports RAW shooting. The app is available in both free and paid versions. You can try it before you decide to buy the paid version that is available for $2.99.

3. Flimic Pro

Though it is a comparatively new app and in fact one of the most expensive camera app available, it gives control over settings which is hard to find. The app allows you to have full control over exposure, focus distance, white balance matrix, gamma curve, RGB control, ISO, Shutter Speed, and much more.

The app comes with a refund period in which you can test it. The app will cost you $14.99. Please note that it is a made-for-photography app and you will need basic knowledge of photography to use it at its full potential.

4. Moment Pro Camera

The app first appeared on iOS and was made available for Android users once it saw some success on iOS. It uses Camera2 API and thus gives you control over the manual settings of the camera. You will have complete control over shutter speed, aperture, ISO, exposure, histogram, and many other features.

It also supports RAW shooting, HDR+ and HDR+ enhanced (which is available on Pixel 2). The app will cost you $3.99 and if you do not like the app you can ask for a refund during the trial period.

5. Open Camera

If you are a serious smartphone photographer, this is a good choice. The manual control that you can work with includes HDR, external microphones, exposure bracketing, and much more. The app is an amazing choice for both photographers and videographers.

The app is available for free and there are no in-app purchases. However, there is a separate donation app version available in case you want to support the developers.

For photographers, the sky is the limit, and using an additional camera app can give you control over the camera settings that you have been craving.

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