VSCO Cam photography app launching on Android on Dec. 3

Alex Wagner
Editorial Director of News and Content from  Omaha, NE
| December 2, 2013

VSCO Cam for Android app

Looks like another big name iOS app will officially be making the jump to Android tomorrow. Visual Supply Co. today announced that its VSCO Cam app will officially launch on Android on Dec. 3. The app will be free and will be compatible with "most" devices running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or higher.

VSCO Cam is a photography app that allows users to take photos and edit them using various tools and preset filters. The free app comes with 10 filters and several tools, but users that would like to expand their editing capabilities will be able to purchase additional presets and tools in the app itself.

The VSCO Cam app for Android can also be used to access VSCO Grid, a platform that can be used to share photos taken with the app and view images uploaded by others. While it certainly won't be the only photography app in the Google Play Store when it launches tomorrow, VSCO Cam has proven to be very popular with iOS users, and I'm betting that there are quite a few Android shutterbugs that are glad to see the app finally making its way onto Google's platform.

Have any of you used the VSCO Cam for Android beta? If so, what do you think of it?

Via VSCO Cam blog