One of the top photography apps for Android, VSCO Cam, makes the jump to version 3.0 today with some great new features. Tops on the list is the ability to find and follow your VSCO friends, as well access to the VSCO Grid. Mixed in the bag are other UI enhancements, improved sharing and updated location settings.
Everyone knows that photos are more fun when you can share them, so VSCO now lets you find and follow your fellow VSCO Cam users so you can see what they're up to. Also new to Android is the VSCO Grid — something that has been on the iOS version already — which allows users to view a collection of photos from other VSCO Cam users. Bundle in an updated UI/UX, better sharing and other enhancements, and VSCO Cam remains a top choice for mobile photogs.
- VSCO Grid natively integrated into VSCO Cam
- Find and follow other VSCO creatives
- Explore the curated VSCO Grid
- Updated UI/UX
- Improved Share functionality
- Updated location and privacy settings
- Various bug fixes and performance enhancements
VSCO Cam is a free download from Google Play.
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