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Vignette review

Give your photos that magic touch by adding a retro filter to them. Vignette offers hundred of options, turning even the most ordinary picture into a work of art. Read on for our review of this Android app.

One of the most feature-packed camera app available, Vignette includes a wealth of features that are available in a surprisingly simple and tidy interface.

Vignette’s strengths lay in it’s ability to prepare a shot before you tap the snap button. It’s possible to set visual effects, add borders, choose the megapixel amount, set the light adjustment and add a timer.

The 68 visual effects include retro themes, toy cameras, a polaroid, tilt-shift, double exposure; the list is endless. Even without an effect applied, photos taken by the app nearly always look better than the default camera app.

However, there may be 68 visual effects to work with, but it’s not actually possible to see them applied to the live camera feed, meaning photos must be taken and rendered before the final result is shown. It’s also not possible to take photos larger than five-megapixels.