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Imgur photo hosting app arrives for Android

The most popular photo hosting site that is probably everyone's favorite has finally arrived for Android. While there's no shortage of Imgur apps in the Google Play Store, today they've released their very own official app for Android. It's a limited beta for now, and appears to only work in Australia, but we can expect it to be available for all soon.

Photosphere Live Wallpaper app released by Kittehface Software

If you are using a device that is capable of capturing Photosphere images, you may want to check out this recently released live wallpaper app. The app is called Photosphere Live Wallpaper and it comes by way of Kittehface Software. Those who pay attention to live wallpaper apps probably recognize the name. This particular live wallpaper app is available by way of the Google Play Store and is free to download and free to use.

Facebook gears up to launch Photo Sync for Android

Uploading photos you take with your phone to Facebook is about to get a whole lot easier - as in essentially effortless - thanks to Photo Sync. Facebook announced today that after a period of beta testing, it will soon be rolling out its new Photo Sync feature to Android users. The roll out will be happening over the next week or so, meaning that if you don't get it right away, it should be arriving shortly.

Perfectly Clear Image Correction app makes every photo a keeper

Ever snapped a photo with your smartphone and it wasn't quite good enough? While our cameras have been improving the overall image quality sometimes still isn't up to par. Today we have a brand new app called Perfectly Clear that has just launched for Android -- that aims to solve this problem. Perfectly Clear automatically applies 10 patented intelligent corrections in a few seconds to make almost every photo worth keeping.

Galaxy S III photo samples appear for all four major US carriers

Ever since its announcement we've been waiting for some concrete news of which US carriers would be getting the shiny new Galaxy S III. And while the evidence is far from conclusive, PocketNow has some promising information for anyone waiting on their carrier to release a next-generation Android handset. They're showing off photos and claiming them as samples from separate versions of the Galaxy S III, one for each of the major US carriers.

Android applications flaw can allow photo access

Ever wonder if the photos you snapped with your Android device were safe from others to see? Well, I'm sure you hadn't considered it, but it turns out they're not. Developers have the capability to see users photos right after they allow them to access their local information! This little glitch can occur without any notice to the user as well.

Dropbox incorporates automatic image upload into latest update

Much like Google+, Dropbox now has the ability to automatically sync your Android photos to your Dropbox storage account. However, instead of resizing your images like Google+ does, Dropbox will upload an image of any size. Mobile cameras are improving at a steady rate, so the ability to retain the quality of your photos could be very important to many users.
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