The Android mobile platform allows application developers to unleash their creativity and give end users the privilege to experience freedom of experimenting new possibilities. These photo-related apps for Android snap great shots, add quality effects, edit and share images in the best way possible. Mobile -Straight from Adobe, with Photoshop mobile app, you can edit and share photos virtually anywhere. Other functions include Touch to crop, rotate, adjust color, and add artistic effects. You can also access all your photos and videos directly from your free account.

Camera360 is a camera replacement app that covers a wide variety of camera effects not offered in the stock shooter. HDR-style enhancements, black-and-white shooting, sepia and aging effects for different time periods, high-contrast reverse stock, tilt-shift effects, and so many more.

FxCamera enables you to take a picture with various effects like ToyCam, Polandroid, Fisheye, SymmetriCam, Warhol, Normal etc.

Photoid-An all round photo app with frames, effects, rich hi-res clip-art,high resolution save, stickers, rotation, brushes and mask modes.

Vignette combines a great camera, loaded with shooting effects, with a huge variety of post-shot photo effects.

PicSay can do subtle, general edits to your photo’s saturation, tint, and the like, but that’s not what you use it for.

Love Photo Frames -This app allows you to make a very special personalized framed picture, save in your album or send to your loved one by email.

Fast Camera- One of the quickest cameras ever. Just press the camera button and take pictures instantly, the preview doesn’t even stop.

Retro Camera. You get five classic old-school camera styles to shoot with, and the shots you take (through a stylized viewfinder) are customized to look as though you developed that camera’s film.

Shoot your photo with whatever camera app you like, then head into Pixelpipe to send it on its way to all your different media outlets. Pixelpipe supports over 110 services, including personal use apps like Evernote and Dropbox, and video outlets like Vimeo.

Floating Image, sets your pics free by turning them into an endless and ever-changing stream that bobs gently across the handset’s screen.