VSCO used to be my favourite photo app. And that is why I bought all available filters a few years ago. The app UI kept on getting like a maze over the last few years until weird buttons and UI took hold. In 2014 VSCO had a better UI than it does now. There has been almost no attempt to update or improve the filters over the years. My advise it bring back the original icon, have simple UI and menu as before. Improve the filters and put the weird round icons and current UI in the bin. At the moment Snapseed is the standard in mobile photography and that is because you have ruined a fantastic app.
Would be great if they stopped mucking about with the buttons and constantly moving things around for the sake of it. The curse of apps! You don't have to justify your jobs guys. It used to be really simple and work brilliantly but it's a bit crap now. The edit controls are so much better in Instagram. Shadows and highlights can be adjusted either way in Instagram but not this. Hardly the standard of mobile photography. Could be amazing though with a few (final) changes.
Honestly best photo editor for a phone. You can take away shadows with it which is really nice when you take pictures and its darker. Just in the free version you can do so much and paying for extra filters is worth it but not necessary. I use it for making sure all my instagram photos have the same look.
Still the best photo editing app out there. Nothing can beat vsco's professional finish, natural-looking filters, and pro commands. Whether you're using a top smartphone, mid-ranged one, or a real camera, vsco helps you bring out the best in every shot, turning you into a real pro. It really is mobile photography for living and capturing moments on the go.
Gets more unusable every update, with its increasingly complicated user interface and buggy features. The latest bug: a delay of 30 seconds as it randomly uploads 10 pictures whenever I open the app. I don't usually write reviews, but this is getting ridiculous.
But the most recent update has left me wondering if there is something better out there. It seems VSCO has decided investing any time into UI/UX development isn't worth their time. Their "innovative" new navigation method is horrendously annoying to use and shows they are more interested in gaining user data from their new social media presence than they are in creating a beautifully powerful photo editing process. VSCO, please get your game together, editing photos in your app used to be fun.
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