One of the most-used features of mobile devices is the camera. The quality of photos has improved greatly and many apps exist for creating useful and fun picture effects. Google just released three new apps designed to help users get the most out of their cameras. In an online announcement, Google said the new apps are part of a research project that explores experimental technologies.
Link: 3 New Google Apps to Create Better Photo Effects
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