VSCO Cam touts itself as being “the standard of mobile photography” and as of tomorrow, Android users will be able to put that to the test. The app had long been available only for iOS, though, the team behind the app did confirm an Android app was in the works. That confirmation came several months back, but again, the app is expected to arrive in the Play Store as of tomorrow, December 3rd.

The details have been shared on the VSCO company blog where they have said that “after many long nights and large amounts of caffeine, the highly-anticipated VSCO Cam for Android will be released tomorrow.” The app will be arriving with support for “most” Android devices running 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or later. There wasn’t anything more specific in terms of device support, however there was word of the app coming for free.

Well, specifically, VSCO Cam will be available for free and with additional in-app purchases. According to details coming from the announcement post, VSCO Cam will be “well-equipped to aid you in creating beautiful images.” More to the point, the app will bring “10 Presets and an array of editing Tools.” Anything extra will come down to those previously mentioned in-app purchases.

Further details here point towards those including additional Preset Packs and Tools that are “tailored for specific situations and aesthetics.” While that certainly leaves room for interpretation, it seems we will have those answers as of tomorrow when VCSO Cam arrives in the Play Store.


  • Nathan Bryant

    All we need now is Over

    • Definitely! Then we will finally have it all!

    • …. and Fontbook, Paper, Adobe Ideas and Quark DesignPad!!!

      • ポケモントレーナー

        yeah you might as well get an iPhone then seen as android cant support / get these fine apps lolz

        vscocam is nothing new and golden it gets boring i hope it crashes for you android users

      • You mean an iOS tablet?
        Well your last comment was uncalled for. I am sure it will be a great app on Android and will hopefully improve my images.

      • ポケモントレーナー

        yeah i must agree with you i got carried away. its just that every damn time i go on instagram to see what vsco have posted i always see people beg for Android why cant you guys just use Vsco film while they make it for Andorid

        what do you mean ios tablet?

        from my user expiriance going on 2 years (including the first ever relase) i must say it does get played out a bit too much its very predictable having bought all the presets (anyway) which was not a problem for me unlike some but i got to give it a fair share of review 7/10 I DO recomend Vsco FIlm for lightroom by far.

      • I think using Vsco film is great but you do have to pay for it. And that is the magic of the app, is that you can use it on the go. It is released on Android now so I am going to have a play later.

        I more referring to tablet only apps in my first post, which are available on the iPad only. I think all I want is a camera which takes great images, more than an editor.

      • ポケモントレーナー

        i see well welcome to the Vsco family finally affter all that time i hope the wait was well worth it

        and i see what you mean