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QuickPic used to be my gallery of choice on all android devices. At first I used the old apk once Cheetah moved in. Looked for something as similar and struggled but finally found Foto Gallery. Snappy and customizable. I haven't looked back. Pity what happened to QuickPic. Hope the original dev at least got paid for this sellout.
It reminds me early versions of QuickPic before they sold to CheetahMobile.
I like it for it's bare bones interface and straightforward settings.
I used to use the neutered version of QuickPic but it was too buggy on Nougat.
If that video file is still in her phone. Open that video. Click properties/file info. You will see date & time for video. Gallery app alternative.
But, The problem is, That data can be edited. So, I don't think It can be used for evidence. But, Don't worry. Did she emailed/messaged/uploaded/Backed up that video before that landlord claimed or contacted her? If yes, then she can use that timing for evidence.
If she has Location history enabled. She can open Google maps. Go to map timeline. Change the date to when she took that video. If history is enabled, It will show her location at that time & you can combine it with video taken date to prove your point. (But, there is also a problem. Google location history is also editable. So, I am not sure if it can be used as legal evidence)
FOTO Gallery from Ladybug
It's by far my new favorite Gallery app:
This video shows how the organize feature works - I simply love it. They also explain the other functions in their channel
Tried a lot of gallery apps, but keep coming back to FOTO Gallery. Great usability, and it even has a Trash folder, in case you change your mind on any deleted photos. Highly recommended.
Loads as fast as QuickPic for me and has everything I want. (Hiding annoying system folders, setting cover images etc.)
YES!!! Maybe not quite the same as you're thinking, but similar. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=kr.co.ladybugs.fourto It is excellent for deleting and organizing- YOU CAN EVEN TAG THEM!!!!!!! Super easy, 10/10 recommend.
I use FOTO because it has a really good way for you to organise your photos. Not sure how to explain it succinctly, but you can choose which photos/folders to organise and they come up in a "wheel" with your own folders and the trash folder around the edges and you just click where you want each one to go.
My friend in a cheez doodles hat
I use this app for any and all gallery purposes: [link]
It includes a way to hide albums, but password protection is locked behind a small fee
It's a barebones gallery app akin to the old QuickPic before the CM takeover.
It may be too barebones for some people though.
I tried a bunch and didn't really find one that I liked until I found Foto Gallery. It has a lot of cool unique features, including an actual trash bin inside the gallery in case you accidentally delete a photo.
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Relay Pro - my favorite reddit app
ACR - a fantastic call Recorder that records calls internally and not through the speaker like some bad ones. The pro version can also upload them to the cloud
Safe In Cloud - by far my most favorite password manager
Journal / Jotterpad - if you're into journals or text writing apps
FOTO ([link]) - By far the best photo app when you quickly want to sort your photos. Most works already with the free version but I bought the paid upgrade to support them and it also allows to hide albums
Resize Me! Pro - if you often want to downscale images before sharing them through social networks or messenger this tool is very helpful and time saving. It can also remove the exif tags or geolocation during that process.
Folder Sync - if you want to sync folders on your device with folders on a cloud storage of your choice.
gReader Pro - my favorite RSS / Feedly Reader but there are many and that's a very personal choice
Sun Surveyor - if you're into photography or another hobby like gardening or architecture where it is important to know where the sun will be at a specific time and place
Rewire / HabbitBull - if you want to track habbits
I've just reset my phones two days ago and those were the first paid apps I've installed - the ones I use the most.
(3) For viewing photos,
For Video Playback,
MX Player Pro - It also has free version, but free version has ads.
VLC Player- Free
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I use and like FOTO Gallery.
Sidenote: My recommended app are mainly targetted to aesthetic lover
I have a few favorite app that I'd like to share so here are some:
FOTO Gallery is simple yet have many settings and the UI feels different when compared to other material design app. It is also lightweight which is only 5MB and ad free.
Fresy Icon Pack, a icon pack based on gradiant coloring that perfectly match with stock Android and minimalistic wallpaper.
Minimalist Wallpaper is where you can find good wallpaper in great resolution but not crazy in consistency.
Musicolet has pretty neat equalizer where it has bass boost feature that does not affect sound quality (at normal preset) and the UI is really great especially the sorting of the settings.
Now this last 2 app is pretty unique, NAVER Keyboard. Similar to Google keyboard it has built-in search engine but this keyboard has better translation accuracy (from my experience) than Gboard and can send document or picture through keyboard's toolbar. Moving on to PlayKeyboard, this is the only keyboard that had true animated keyboard that can be customized and looks beautiful too. The only problem is NAVER doesn't have clipboard but PlayKeyboard do.
Fresy Icon Pack:
Edit: Looks like the bot got the wrong one. Here's the right link
did you install [link] at some point?
I like FOTO Gallery
Currently using Foto Gallery. Satisfied with this application. It is a good alternative to quickpic which I used before.
This is the best in my opinion. Has faster loading times when compared to simple gallery.
FOTO Gallery is usually one that flies under the radar. It's the closest to the original QuickPic imo.
This thing kicks ass