The Good Camera360 has a pleasing, detail-rich design and plenty of filters and frames.
The Bad The app is unintuitive and slow.
The Bottom Line Camera360’s unique shooting modes will please both casual mobile shutterbugs and sophisticated photographers.
Tons of fun shooting modes, but feels sluggish
With a thoughtful design and robust shooting and editing features, including one I've never seen before, Camera360 is much more than just another Instagram clone.
The camera and photo-editing app started on iOS, moved to Android, and finally made its way to Windows Phone in early April 2013. Now, Pinguo, the company behind the app, boasts that Camera360 has more than 10 million users. Remember, while Windows Phone doesn't have an Instagram app, it does have several. You can't share directly to Instagram from Camera360, but I still recommend it for any Windows Phone user who likes to take photos.
When you first launch Camera360, there’s a colorful, if slightly over-the-top, animated introduction with music that shows off the app's most recently added feature. Based solely on that intro, Camera360 is one of the most beautiful camera applications I've seen.