In this tutorial, I am going to show you how to convert any of your photos into HDR photo with Snapseed app. Now, this is not true HDR but using Snapseed, you can improve your photo and also give it HDR look, especially those you took in bad lighting conditions, this will make your worst photos usable again so you can post better photos on Instagram. First, download the Snapseed app, it is available for both Android and iOS.
For those of you who want to take better photos with your Android smartphone, you can now use the full power of Google Camera HDR+ with a modded version of Google HDR+ Camera APK. Now, this modded version ONLY works on devices running Snapdragon 820, 821, and 835. That means you can use it on Samsung devices like Galaxy S7, S7 Edge, S8, S8 Plus, Note 7, and Note 8 with Snapdragon processor. Exynos models are not supported yet. Also this Google HDR+ Camera APK works on stock and rooted phones, no root required! For LG, you should work on LG G5, G6, V20, and V30. If you have a phone you are not sure about, you can try googling its specs first. I’ve tested the APK on my Galaxy Note 8, LG V30, and V20, all of them work GREAT!So, the biggest question of the day, does it really improve your photos with Google HDR+ Camera?
While I did not expect the HTC U Ultra to have any wow factor this year considering that its launch was pretty quiet with LG taking over the show with the launch of LG G6 at MWC, the HTC U Ultra actually impressed me a LOT.
App of the Week #3 is here! If you want to learn how to convert your photos into painting, check out the Everfilter APK, which converts your favorite photos to painting in an instant. While Photoshoppers can do this easily using Photoshop or Lightroom, that may be very time-consuming plus it is not easy to do it on your Android smartphone. With Everfilter APK, you will be able to instantly convert any of your photos into painting with one tap! The app is very simple to use and all you have to do is select the photo and voila.
We have finally unboxed HTC’s latest flagship Android smartphone, the HTC 10. One of the biggest changes/updates from previous HTC flagships is that the HTC 10 comes with a 1440P screen, USB Type C w/ Quick Charge 3.0 support, and OIS for both front/back cameras.
In this camera comparison, we take up the latest Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge against the LG G5 comparing photos in various different situations including low-light and macro.
The other day, Twitter user M14xr2 asked me, “hey can you use a macro lens on a Nexus 6?”