Polaroid's own 'Polamatic' photo filter app hits Android, hipsters rejoice

After over a year as an iOS-exclusive app, Polaroid has finally released its "Polamatic" photo filtering and manipulation app into the Play Store for Android users to enjoy. As we've come to expect from all classic Polaroid-influenced filter apps, Polamatic lets users take (or import) photos and process them with unique retro flair. The app includes 36 different Polaroid photo frames, 20 different filters and the ability to add hand-written looking captions to bring in the full effect of an old-school image.

Photos can naturally be shared out to any service once you've given them the proper touches as well, or saved in the Polamatic Gallery for later editing and sharing. The app is now available to purchase for $1.99 and can be found at Google Play Store link above.

Andrew Martonik

Andrew was an Executive Editor, U.S. at Android Central between 2012 and 2020.

  • as useless as igRam...
  • Not another filter app please god.. Posted via Android Central App
  • Why charge when instagram is free? Would be surprised if many bought it Posted via Android Central App
  • hipsters rejoice.. lmfao. no thanks
  • Hmm the timing of this app might explain why my 2 live wallpapers just got kicked off the app store, or maybe I am being cynical.
  • does this do anymore than the built in editing filters on my phone? I have an N4 and even the stock camera app has a bunch of filters and effects.
  • Who's gonna pay for this app when Instagram is totally free?
  • People still use instagram?
  • Autodesk had great apps for free. Nice try, Polaroid. Posted via Android Central App