We have to admit Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ & Galaxy S20 Ultra smartphones carry the world’s best quality cameras on the front & rear side. These are the market standard camera sensors capable of taking images in low light visibility or night mode as well as in focus & zoom mode. The comparison is even tough when it comes to the Galaxy S20 series. The Galaxy S20 Ultra is a clear winner here that it comes with a 108MP camera with a 100x zoom function. The camera is easily defeating Apple’s iPhone 11 series, Google’s Pixel 4, and OnePlus 7 & 7 Pro series.
In the first half of 2020, Samsung could be the clear winner in the camera department. At least with its 108MP sensor on S20 Ultra, which can take DSLR like images in any condition. The company ahead said in the coming weeks; it would release improvement updates for the camera to enhance the quality and introduce some new functions. You don’t need any third-party app to get better photos. Still, the camera doesn’t offer many services to tweak with your images, and there these 10 best camera apps for Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra smartphones.
Best Galaxy S20 Camera Apps
1. Google Camera
For your premium smartphones, Google Camera is the best camera app. It is better at taking low light photos when most of the devices fail to make all details. Since the launch date, many users use it instead of the default camera due to the rich functions and precise shots. Don’t go for its 3.8 ratings in the Play Store. Because of the last app update, many users of Google Pixel 2 reviewed its one-star score. In that, few users have given one star because Google Camera had stopped supporting their mid-range or old devices.
Whatever smartphone you buy, it always needs a free stock camera or alternative camera app to complete the video shooting. Not a single premium mobile phones complete your tasks, we still need some time to compare with DSLR cameras. Few apps offer some best editing tools to make it the best quality images. Fine-tune, auto-focus, supports for all resolution, auto optimization, customizable JPEG setting in-camera, and HDR for high-quality photos are the main features of Camera MX app. It is free in the Play Store and unlocks some pro features for up to $0.99.
May the developers would launch an S20 camera with the same name, but right now, it has named as One S10 Camera. With the 4.5 ratings, it is another useful camera tool for the Galaxy S20 series. More than 100 filters, AR & Emoji stickers, UHD & FHD camera, HDR mode, auto flash, and many more features are available to use. It is free in the Play Store, and you can download it on Galaxy S20 as well as its best supports on Galaxy S10 smartphones.
Apart from regular usage, it gives allows you to tweak with your pictures. The XnRetro app is best to make your photo look old or vintage. It has many filters and light effects like bokeh & leak. These days most users want to crop their pictures with different filters to shares them on social media apps. Take the photo from a regular camera or XnRetro Pro app and then edit it to share on Facebook, Instagram, or WhatsApp Messenger. The app is not free; for it, you have to pay $.99.
Once, it was the popular app in the store and also the winner of 2016. Later, many apps launched for Android, but the app is still the number one choice of many users. It also has its own community where users share their best photography with other users. Camera 360 has lots of stickers, beauty mode, photo editor pro, editing tools & that all come in free. After four years, the app has maintained a good rating, so you use it on your Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ or Galaxy S20 Ultra smartphone.
With more than ten facial filters, it is an excellent camera editing app in the Play Store that reserves 4.5+ ratings in the Play Store. For the users, O2 Cam is useful when they want to hide some facial expressions or want clear face photo. The Chinese smartphones Xiaomi, Oppo, Huawei, Vivo & Realme, have such a camera that only produce shiny images. Now you have O2 Cam to capture such images.
More than 4 million users trust it to edit the images or filter them. The BeautyPlus team says the app has cropped more than 800 million photos around the world by these four million-plus users. It has made for those users who like to brighten their eyes, erase bags, eye circles, and match eye colors with hair colors. Also, it offers many filters and editing options in your service. Install the BeautyPlus for free.
From the mid-range smartphones to flagship devices, all the users use it daily for various camera purposes. The Galaxy A30, Galaxy A50, Galaxy A70, Galaxy A80, and all users of other brands have installed it at least once for editing purposes. Many face effects, filers, stickers, collage effects, and fonts have loaded to change your original images. You can use it free and also remove watermarks to show its original image.
Another old photo editing app in the Play Store that you can use on Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ & Galaxy S20 Ultra devices. You can take an image from the Gallery or capture a live photo from the default camera to edit it. It has body makeup and retouches functions to change the look. Try makeover from glamourous makeup looks. In the world, more than 300 million selfies or images edited by this Sweet Selfie.
To take the photos or video with your default camera and later change it with HD Camera. It offers autofocus, digital optical zoom, and many view models like a sunset, night, sport, and party mode. If you are a fan of panorama mode, then the app will let you do this, so not a single friend left. It is a free app that doesn’t ask you for a single penny for premium functions. Get the app from different locations and add information to know it better.
All the features you want from one flagship phone are available on Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ & Galaxy S20 Ultra. In the last firmware version, Samsung has fixed many camera issues to increase the quality. Still, if you expect more than that, then here are the 10 best camera apps for Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, or Galaxy S20 Ultra devices. For any inconvenience or to get any help drop your words in the comment box.
Madhav Biradar started his career in technology back in 2011, where he covered mobile & gaming articles. He is an enthusiast in smartphone & wearable gadgets. In his free time, he likes to read about new tech gadgets and watch movies.