Gallery apps are often overlooked, by users and my manufacturer's alike.
Some manufacturers take extra care in making their galleries easy on the eyes and easy on your phone — like the Motorola Gallery, just updated this week. Other device-makers leave the gallery app off altogether, instead leaving you Photos or to the mercy of third-party apps. And then there are those scores and scores of third-party galleries — like QuickPic, F-Stop, and My Roll — that put the stock Android Gallery app to shame.
Which one do you use?
Are you content with the gallery app your manufacturer provides, or have you gone over to Google+ Photos with its easy syncing and free storage? Do you swear by QuickPic, or do you prefer the meatier controls in F-Stop? What do you look for in your gallery app? As we continue our series on photography in Android, we want to know what you're using and why you use it.