+ Thursday January 24th, 2019 Ausdroid » Mobiles » Apps, Games & Google Services » VSCO Cam arriving on Android December 3rd(US Time)

After beginning Beta testing back in July, for HTC One, Samsung Galaxy S4 and S3 devices, popular iOS camera and photo editing App VSCO Cam will finally arrive in Google Play for distribution to most Android 4.0+ devices from December 3rd according to the VSCO blog.

VSCO Cam will be available for free, offering ‘the highest quality of Presets and Tools available for Android photographers’, but will rely on In-App Purchases of VSCO Preset Packs and Tools which have been ‘tailored for specific for specific situations and aesthetics’.

Also available through the App will be VSCO Grid a ‘a minimalist publishing platform that honors both art and artist’. The VSCO Grid allows users to show case their work, some of which you can see here:

While it’s December 3rd here already, there’s no sign of VSCO Cam in Google Play yet, so we will have to wait until later tonight to see the App appear.

Have you used VSCO on iOS or as part of the Android Beta group?

Source: VSCO Cam.
Via: Android Central.

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It’s in the store!


Best news ever!!! I have been waiting for this app to be released since July. Can’t wait~ I’m guessing sometime tomorrow afternoon, it will be released in OZ time?

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