25 Δεκ 2014
Android really came into its own in 2014, with the Material Design language, several great devices, and most importantly, scores of brilliant apps for the platform.
Here are our favorites that launched this year. You can view all 60 on one (very long) page here.
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Photos and Video
Dropbox’s clever gallery app lets you see all your pictures and videos from your device and Dropbox account in one place. It can also back up your photos and free up room on your device by deleting images that you’ve already saved to the cloud.
➤ Carousel [Free]
Add lovely type and art to your photos with Over’s superb collection of fonts, overlays and effects. If only it were this easy to take great pictures in the first place.
➤ Over [$1]
Fragment takes your pictures and turns them into beautiful prismatic art. The app also packs a bunch of quality filters and frames to spruce up your pictures.
➤ Fragment [$1.80]
If you’re in the market for a powerful photo editor, look no further: Afterlight features a ton of versatile filters, textures and frames to make your pictures pop.
➤ Afterlight [$0.99]
KineMaster turns your phone into a basic but capable video editing studio. Load up your video clips and images, trim and sequence them on a timeline, add effects and transitions, overlay audio, and publish to YouTube, Facebook, Dropbox and other services right from within the app.
KineMaster is free to use, but adds a watermark to your completed projects. You can remove it for a reasonable monthly/yearly subscription of $4.99/$39.99.