Camera360 Ultimate for Android review: Unique photo tools, if you can find them

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The Good Camera360 Ultimate for Android is a free photo editor featuring tons of filters, unique shot modes, and extras not found in other apps from the genre.

The Bad The interface is harder to navigate than it should be. Basic tools for cropping and rotating photos are missing. Burst and Double Exposure modes are available for iOS, but not Android.

The Bottom Line Even with its wealth of features, Camera360 is a tough sell because of its missing basics and difficult interface.


6.9 Overall
  • Setup 8
  • Features 8
  • Interface 6
  • Performance 6

Camera360 Ultimate for Android is a photo editor with tons of fun and unique features. With it, you can make live adjustments to photos as you're taking them, or you can snap a photo and apply filters and other effects afterward. With so many features on tap, Camera360's biggest problem is its interface. Even with several hours of experience with the app, we found the overwhelming number of menus disorienting and the lack of instructions or tutorials disappointing.

Tons of interesting photo features
Camera360 is not your run-of-the-mill photo-editing app. It seems to focus more on high-level editing, and misses some of the more basic functions that are common to most photo editors. To give you an idea, it lacks basic crop, rotate, brightness, and contrast tools, but it has an overwhelming number of filters and different shooting modes.

One of Camera360's alternate shooting modes, called Magic Skin, is designed solely for selfies and other shots of people; it has an entire filter list dedicated to making your portraits look better, with one filter even making lips look redder (it's called "Sexy Lips"). Some of the options are supposed to smooth out wrinkles and blotches, but when we tried them out, they seemed to make skin look a little washed-out and otherworldly.

Camera360 Ultimate also has a ton of interesting filters divided up into various categories such as Lomo, Retro, HDR, and Dreamlike. Each of these categories has a handful of separate filters to experiment with, and there are artistic categories such as Ghost and Sketch. Some of these options can help add character to a photo while others like the Huge Head effect seem to barely work at all. Still, with so many options, this app does a great job of giving some variety within each category. You can apply as many filters as you want to an image, but there is no layer manager, so you should definitely be sure of your choices when you hit the Apply button. That said, using multiple filters can make for some really neat effects.

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