Fed up of the usual old photo enhancement tools? We'll here comes another one but with that rather fun and wild touch that will love so much. Candy Camera is a specific app for Android devices to enhance selfies, full of options and features to look great but also to add a different rebel touch to your future WhatsApp profile picture.
Join over 7 million people that enhance their images with this fun app.
How to use this app to enhance your selfies?
Due to its goal, this app is very easy to use and can be controlled single-handedly. Following suit to Instagram or Retrica, the application allows us to move around the different menus on the lower part of the screen by means of different tabs, each one aimed at a different kind of configuration: filters, beauty enhancements, stickers, frames... Learning how to use this app is child's play.
Now that we've caught your attention, here goes a summary of the main options available in this really complete tool thanks to which each one of your photos can be totally different:
- Wide range of filters specifically designed for selfies that are applied in real-time while the photo is being taken.
- Beauty functions to modify and smoothen the skin, reduce the size of the nose, apply makeup, etc.
- Possibility to add stickers to choose from different themed packs, one for each special occasion.
- Includes a silent mode to be able to take photos silently without drawing anyone's attention.
- You can swap filters and enhance selfies by simply swiping the screen left or right.
- The option to make collages allows the user to unleash all his or her creativity putting together the best images of the gallery.
Candy Camera vs B612
Many users wonder which is the best out of these two applications since their goal is basically the same: enhancing selfies. Although each one of us can have a different opinion, we think that this application that we're talking about today has a great advantage over B612, much more popular since it has been on the market for longer. It's basically all down to the wide range of filters, stickers, and settings included in the free version (although you can also acquire more by means of in-app purchases) compared to the oldest app of the two that requires you to pay to get hold of a similar number of features.
However, if we only take into account the interface, B612 clearly wins this battle. It's much more intuitive and simple, allowing the user to access each option easier and with fewer screen taps.