Best Camera App for Android (2020 Review!)

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Roundup & review of the best Android Camera Apps right now, including our top pick for the BEST Camera App for Android in 2020!

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► Open Camera:
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► Filmic Pro (Android):

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— Best Camera Apps for Android (2020 Review!) —

While your Android smartphone or tablet camera is already super powerful out-of-the-box, with just a simple app install you can instantly unlock a TON of advanced functionality to take your results even further.

With the ability to add advanced DSLR-like settings, pro-grade manual controls, and higher quality bitrates standard to most third-party camera apps, you can easily overcome many of the drawbacks of shooting with the built-in apps bundled with your Android device.

In this video, we take a look at all the leading camera apps right now, with a full review and my top picks for the BEST Android Camera Apps in 2020!

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48 COMMENTS

  1. Helpful video. All three apps sound good to me. I am inclined to get Filmic Pro. But, I want to be able to use a Bluetooth remote to start a video recording. I can only use a Bluetooth remote to take a picture with my phone's current camera app. Would these three apps allow me to do that? How can I find this out in advance if an app can do this? Thanks in advance for the help.

  2. Filmic Pro (Android): —– not avilable or your device isn't compatible with this version

    maybe you could find yet another app that is suitable for most people

  3. I just download open camera before this video even reach half and it is the best camera a for sure,

    My auto focuss issues was even fix, i wish i had this before

  4. New YouTuber here, your videos are so helpful and informative. I am from watching your open camera video from a year ago. I have downloaded it, someone recommended you to me

  5. Liked, Subbed and Bell rung !! Justin, great video and looking forward to watching more, I have Open Camera and tbh I hate the messing around to change sht,going to get Filmic tonight and have a play with it.
    Cheers fella be safe and tnx from the UK.

  6. You only covers the differences in menus, ease of use and pricing but did not discus the software capabilities to process the pictures among the 3 apps, which is equally important (if not more important).

  7. What is your opinion about proshot for Android, I use it on iPhone and I am happy with ProShot on iPhone, Thanks
    Keep up the good work

  8. Thanks, my processor supports night mode, slowmo etc. But huawei limits my camera because they want me to upgrade 🤦‍♂️

  9. Thank you for your video,
    What is your opinion on ProShot for android? It is a camera app you recommend for iOS and I am using it on my iPhone, How does ProShot work on android, thinking of it for my android tablet,
    Keep up your great work

  10. Just shopping around for a new app and am definitely going to try out a couple of those on your list, thanks for that!

    Oh and for the record, it's ISO (EYESO) not EYE ESS OH. It's a word (derived from the Greek word isos, which means equal), capitalized only for marketing purposes; it is NOT an acronym (or Initialism) for the International Organization of Standards. Which in any case would be IOS, not ISO, but people still insist on spelling it out for some reason. Now you wouldn't spell out PEPSI or NIKE would you? lol. Anyway, great vid mate, perfect timing! 🙂

  11. My s9 can do 240fps 1080p in the stock app, but can't go over 60 fps 1080p in any third party app, does anyone know what is going on?

  12. I am still on the hunt for a camera app that lets me take photos directly into an album (/folder) on the fly. Like Click a button on the ui, a list spawns of my albums and whichever one I select is the album/folder the photos are saved to. Being able to easily switch between them.

    Organisation of my photos is a massive effort at the moment. Moving them to albums after they are taken.

    At first I thought about an app that would simply let me tag my photos, but then I would need a gallery app that auto sorts photos based on the tag on the photo. It seems more realistic for an app that just changes the save location on the fly, from a UI list.

    Since OpenCamera is open source, I may need to find a way to add the feature myself.

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