The iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c both have an 8MP camera with at least a ƒ/2.2 aperture. The cameras are very similar, with a couple of key differences. Unlike the iPhone 5c, the iPhone 5s offers auto image stabilization and burst mode.
Bearing all that in mind, these are the best camera apps for both the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c.
What sets CamMe apart is the ability to take selfies that don’t look like typical selfies. Using hand gestures to control the camera, you can take selfies without having to touch your phone to hit the shutter button. Say goodbye to high-angle, duck-faced selfies and hello to selfies that look poised and polished.
Geospike is a social travel journal app for iPhone. Using this app, you can make notes about your favorite trips, and attach your vacation photos. This is ideal for people who want to remember where their photos were taken.
This app is great for travelers because it allows you to syndicate spikes to your Facebook timeline or Tumblr. If you can’t get online, Geospike will upload spikes in the background when your connection resumes.
4. Best iPhone Camera App for Photo Collages: Grid Lens
There are plenty of iPhone camera apps that make it easy to combine multiple photos into a cool collage, but one of the best is Grid Lens. With an intuitive UI and tons of collage templates to choose from, this handy app makes it easy to combine your favorite snapshots into a seamless grid of images. You can also overlay captions, text, and stickers to further personalize your creations.