Early Android phones had awful cameras that took poor quality photos, but that has completely changed in the modern smartphone era. The gap in quality between pictures captured on iPhones and pictures taken on high-end Android phones has narrowed to a sliver, and there are even some Android handsets that offer camera quality that is arguably better than Apple’s iPhones.
Camera software is a different story though, and Android vendors often build default camera apps that are overly complex and very difficult to use. Thankfully there are some third-party offerings that tone down the bells and whistles to help you focus more on the essentials, and A Better Camera is one of the best options we’ve found thus far.
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