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Camera Roll is a good replacement too, here's the Play Store link and here's the F-Droid one.
Camera Roll is the new gallery app to use for local folders (open source, too).
Crazy concept but it only requires the Storage permission.
Ive been using the open-source camera roll gallery app as a replacement. Its fast and has a similar look and ui. F-droid and playstore link.
Camera Roll - Gallery
I've been testing this for a while now. Definitely has the potential to become a serviceable gallery app.
Camera Roll. Beautiful, open-source, and stable, but still in beta. The developer responds promptly to reviews and is adding new features gradually. Definitely worth trying!
why would I use it over Camera Roll or Simple Gallery, both of which are free and open source, and have no ads?
Yet another copycat of Camera Roll, a free and open source gallery app. Please report this app as a copycat at the bottom of the presentation page...
I use Camera Roll - Gallery and find it simple but useful (it's also available on F-Droid here)
I will also recommend this app. It's very close to quickpic. Doesn't even ask for internet permission.
The other alternative is " Camera roll". This app is unreleased. So, It will improve in final release.
Oh I didn't expect that to be honest as I didn't have much problems with sideloading "Album" on my Galaxy S6 with a custom ROM.
But thanks for checking anyway.
I will also just post the App I use: Camera Roll
Been using this for the last couple years or so
I recommend tweaking the settings a bit (for example to get more elements in your grid)
I recently switched to an app called camera roll:
Seems to have all the features and even the default layout quickpic had, along with similar responsiveness.
I was using Simple Gallery then I found Camera Roll - Gallery. ([link])
I think it's better than Simple Gallery. I had some issues whereby it was not refreshing the gallery when new photos were added like screenshots n downloaded photos.
Media folder has photos, videos, documents, audio files etc. that you received from WhatsApp chats. So if you need those WhatsApp photos, videos etc. backup that "Media" folder. Which you can do it later.
It's okay if you don't do it now. What I do is I keep backup of that media folder. And If there is something important, I put that media folder in my new phone & rename it to "Old WhatsApp media/old WhatsApp photos/old WhatsApp videos & so on". So I can know that these are the old photos/videos from WhatsApp. In case if I need anything from old WhatsApp media files, I use gallery app to access them. In case if your phone doesn't have gallery app. You can use camera roll or F-stop gallery app.
If you don't need those photos, videos then it's okay. No need to transfer it to your new phone. But back it up to cloud or PC. (It will be useful in case you need something from it in future.)
Camera Roll is a simple and open source gallery app with nice design. Give it a try if you're looking for a gallery app.
>but it disappeared as I installed Nova Launcher.
That's... not how it works.
I like Camera Roll a lot!
Camera Rollis the best replacement.
I love Camera Roll, simple, lightweight and it works like a charm
Camera Roll did me pretty well for that. They have an option that matches it about 80% of the way.
Camera Roll. Great UX, plus its FOSS.
This is the one I've been using as well.
Camera Roll for gallery
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I really love Camera Roll
Camera Roll is an open source alternative to quicKpic
It's also available on fdriod
Camera Roll - great looking FOSS gallery app. I just wish it got another update since there are some minor bugs here and there. it's still my gallery app of choice, though.
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Camera Roll. Literally the most beautiful, yet still functional gallery app I've seen.
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You might like Camera Roll. It's also on F-Droid, if you care
[DEV] "for sd card pics?" depends on your android-device and android-version. Starting with android-4.4 accessing the sdcard via the device-s filesystem was disallowed by android-os.
On my android-7.0 tablet and android-7.1 phone i have an android setting "treat sd-card as internal memory" so all android apps can access files on sd.
depending on your definition of "good gallery":
If you use google (the search engine) , gmail and youtube you are giving away lots of information about yourself.
Just think about how much of your life goes through google services: were you work, what interests you, your demographic etc.
You can turn off location services but the terms and conditions can change at any time, and you (like all of us) accepted those terms without second thought.
Companies like Facebook track users without an account, so you don't need to use their services for them to violate your privacy.
Anyways about camera galleries:
I like <u>camera roll</u>, its simple, has no bloat, follows material design gidelines and its free and open source unlike google apps.
Open source apps are nice because you can verify for yourself that they don't run anything nasty in the background, most people don't check for themselves, but its better than not having the option to check.
Camera roll is also on the play store.
I still use the stock dialer and don't video edit but I use
I use Camera Roll for my gallery ([link]) and it has a max brightness setting you might like.
Install this and you'll be as right as rain young grasshopper. Cheers
Camera Roll uses the notch perfectly, looks beautiful
+1 for Simple Gallery, also checkout Camera Roll
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Try this one
Gallery app - Camera roll
I use Camera Roll, found it right after quickpic was brought out.
It's opensource and have plenty of configuration, including folder excludes.
I use CameraRoll [link] but it's basically been abandoned.
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Camera Roll [link]
this one seems to be the popular choice today
Camera Roll looks promising. Open source, fast & sharp, dev seems decently responsive on git
Have you tried camera roll - gallery?