» 2016 Selfie Camera Apps for Android to Take That Perfect Selfie
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views: 130 publish: November 01, 2016
A selfie is a modern portrait, and you want yours to look the best. There are apps that are specifically designed to help you take that perfect front camera portrait. While taking a selfie may seem like a no-brainer, getting a great shot with your camera needs a bit more work than average. These apps help you take a better selfie with enhanced software and even some editing tools to enhance lighting. If you ever have a bad hair day, then these camera apps can still help you take a perfect selfie.
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Probably the most popular selfie enhancing app out there, Retrica has a bevy of powerful features that are more refined than its counterparts. Aside from selfie editing, you can even use this app as a photo editing one, because of all the powerful features it packs. Like all photo editing app, it lets you add effects, frames, and filters.
When one picture is not enough, try using two images to take a selfie. Frontback first lets you take a selfie using the front camera and then lets you take another selfie with the back camera. It uses the two images taken and merges them into one picture perfect selfie.
For those wanting a makeover when they take selfies, this app is a perfect choice. Pefect365 has powerful editing tools that allow you to give your selfie image a makeover! The editing features are so very easy to use; it will be like you are using a real life makeup brush. There is a makeup palette; wherein you can select the tools. Conceal any blemishes; add a bit of colour, and more on this app.
This app is great for editing my pics and a neat feature I found out, was that it offered a few filters while you are taking the picture. Not just when you are done.
After a bumpy start, this app is definitely heading towards perfection. The blurry images issue is gone, as well as the low-quality viewfinder when taking a photo. The only remaining issue, for me, is the very slow processing/saving of the images which take way too much time.
The above is a collection of applications we collate, if there are any suggestions, please tell us in the comments.