This is main screen of the Hipstamatic Oggl app. Here you can snap photos with the camera button and access the other parts of the app from frame and global icons. The viewfinder is at the top, with favorite modes, shutter button, and camera menu at the bottom.
At the bottom of the camera screen, you can tap the M icon to get to Hipstamatic's lenses and film options. Lenses and film alter the color, texture, and lighting of the finished photo, and you can mix and match different combinations to produce hundreds of different filters.
On the camera screen, tap the frame icon to open your photo library, which shows every photo you've captured with the app. When you share a photo, the little global icon will appear in the corner of the thumbnail.
You can edit photos at any time by selecting the gear option from the menu bar in the library. Here, you can adjust the lenses and film to create a completely different image.
You can also share your photos to Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and the Oggl community from the library.
Your Oggl profile in the app shows the photos you've shared to the Oggl community, and photos you've curated -- other people's photos you've added to your collection to view whenever you want.
You can check out other Oggl users' photos in the app. If you tap on a photo, you'll see the photographer's username, the date the photo was taken, location info, captions, and the love and curate buttons.
Hipstamatic Oggl has several different feeds that show off your and other photographers' work based on themes, locations, and the newest shared photos. There's also a feed of photos from the users you follow.
When another Oggl user loves or curates one of your photos, you'll get a notification in the activities section of the app.
In the Gear section of the app there are a total of 29 lenses and 32 film options available to download.
Each lens has a short description about what kind of effect it produces.
Every film option tells you about its color and texture effects.