Oggl

Oggl is created by the people behind Hipstamatic and provides the same variety of lens and film combinations. The main difference between the two iPhoneography apps is that whilst the lens and film combination with Hipstamatic must be selected before the image is captured, within Oggl images can either be captured or imported and then the lens and film combination selected afterwards. Both apps work in partnership beautifully and both have large and active communities associated with them. Oggl is very much the son of Hipstamatic.

Rating (all versions): 3.5 (939 ratings).
Rating (current version): 1 (5 ratings).
Current Price: USD0.
Where there are iPhone and iPad apps, rating data and pricing relate to the iPhone app.




Oggl is a place to discover amazing images, create your own, and collect photos that inspire you.

AN AMAZING CAMERA
Take amazingly beautiful photos with one of our Hipstamatic camera presets, or discover your own look by mixing and matching lenses and films.

ONE-STOP SHARING
Let the world see your creative side and share your images to Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Tumblr, or even check-in to Foursquare … Oggl will track all your likes, hearts, and love from around the internet.

COLLECT INSPIRING PHOTOS
Build your inspiration board by collecting images from great photographers around the world, even collect images you find on Instagram.

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