Recently, a friend asked me which mobile photo apps I often use and I decided to make a formal blog entry about it. There are lots on my list but I short-listed them into five of the best that really work well on my android.
Decopic is an application that can turn your ordinary photos into purikura-like pictures. I’m a super fan of purikura which makes this app a true winner to me. (Purikura is a japanese term referring to decorative photos taken from photo machines or booths.)
Ta-da! Purikura Madness!
Snapeee is a kawaii (cute) photo sharing app for women. It’s like Instagram and Decopic combined. You can decorate your photos, publish them, follow people and see other kawaii photos from users around the world. If you’re into social media & kawaii sharing, I recommend this app.
Another purikura-making app. The only unique feature of Decoblend is it can add multiple photos in one image for a cutesy collage finish.
Technically not a photo app but I included it on my list because it serves as a photo diary. Journie is actually a personal journal app that lets you keep notes and reminders. Journie makes journal keeping easier and funkier with decorative icons and other functions.
Monthly calendar scheduler that stores all notes and reminders for the day.
Aside from being an everyday reminder, you can write your after-day happenings for memory keeping. You can add photos, record voice and video. If you’re worried about keeping a journal on your mobile phone, don’t worry, Journie provides a pin/password function for safekeeping. 🙂
I guess most of you are already familiar with this app. Instagram has been my most favorite photo sharing app so far (even comes before Facebook). What I really loved about it is the retro filters that give vintage touch to photos. My favorite ones are Mayfair and Valencia.
Instagram recently introduced the video function which I only tried once.
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