Saturday , August 18 2018

iOS users will be quite familiar with the photography app VSCO Cam, the app is a high-end app which allows you to apply filters, change exposure and white balance among other settings, before allowing you to share to your favourite photo sharing service using a very clean and easy to use interface.

According to the VSCO blog, they’re initially going to open up to a beta group of testers, but only to those using three specific phones :

We are looking for a few good people to test the beta version and provide us with feedback. Beta testing is somewhat laborious and detail-oriented, but very important and necessary. Initially, we will be launching VSCO Cam™ for Android on the HTC One, Samsung S4 and Samsung S3, and we need testers who own those phones. That being said, we will be rolling out the app for more Android phones; so please sign up to test, and let us know what phone you are using.

When you fill in your details on their sign-up page you can certainly input other types of phones – which will indicate to VSCO which types of phones they should target next – but they are only going to be using the HTC One, Samsung S4 and Samsung S3 for the Beta.

It’s uncertain at this time how long the app will be in Beta or when the app will be released to more devices but it looks to be a great app for shutterbugs on Android to get their hands on. Head over and sign up for the Beta, hopefully if you have one of the pre-requisite devices you’ll get in to the Beta. Be sure to let us know what you think, if you do.

Source: VSCO, and VSCO Blog.
Via: AndroidCentral.

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