Photographer’s Arsenal Android App Review

| August 3, 2015 | 0 Comments

Whether you’re a photo enthusiast or a budding professional, having the right set of photography tools is imperative whenever you’re going to get behind the camera. Photographer’s Arsenal app for Android is a collection of 50 tools that will help you take your photography to the next level. You can get the app for $0.99.

Features

When you start using Photographer’s Arsenal Android app, the first thing you’ll notice is its apparent ease of use. For any app, having lots of tools at your disposal is fantastic. But the app would be borderline useless if you can’t easily figure out how to use those tools. In Photographer’s Arsenal app, everything is neatly sorted and organized in a neat fashion. The best part however is that the app contains certain tools such as compass and Ephemeris (sun angle) that many people purchase separately. In terms of features, this photography app is loaded to the brim. The app has options that let you map your photos, check out the weather, keep an inventory checklist, or get equipment recommendations based on conditions. It also comes with handy guides and resources to improve your skills. The ‘inspire me’ tool allows you to search for images matching filters without leaving the app.

Photographer’s Arsenal Android App

Photographer’s Arsenal for Android also features useful business tools to help you with your professional work. This includes a mileage recorder, note taking tool, and check lists to make sure that you have everything you need. However, it should be noted that app may use bandwidth depending on which features you use. The app is slick and responsive. We’d never encountered any freeze or lag while testing the app. Photographer’s Arsenal app requires Android OS 3.2 and up.

Conclusion

Photographer’s Arsenal for Android is a photographer’s delight. It has lots of tools, some of which – such as Ephemeris – are paid upgrades in most other photography apps. The UI is well designed and easy to navigate. The app also comes with useful business tools that will help you in your professional work outside photography. On the flip side, using some of the features takes up bandwidth and might have an effect on your data plan. The full version costs you $0.99. But the app is also available in a free of cost trial version so that users can download it first and check out the features before thinking of upgrading to the full version. To sum it up, a photography app for photographers of all skill levels.

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