The Fuji X Weekly — Film Simulation Recipes App was named a “best Android camera app of 2021” by LeapDroid (read the article here)! Wow! I’m so surprised, and highly honored. Really, I’m shocked, as I never anticipated this kind of acclaim.
The article states that the apps in the list were selected for “exceptional performance” in one of three categories: User Experience, Core Functionality, or Innovated Solution. I’d be curious to know which category the app scored exceptionally well in. The article goes on to say that the list “is ranked based on a balance of review ratings, and number of reviews.” In other words, the Fuji X Weekly App made the “best Android camera app” list because of you! I’m grateful, and humbled by your kindness and support!
Of course the elephant in the room is that the Fuji X Weekly App isn’t a camera app (although it is definitely closely related to cameras and photography). Still, I’ll take it. A lot of work went into creating the app, and a lot of work continues to go into it, as some great improvements are in the works, which I hope to get out later this year.
I want to give a “thank you” to LeapDroid for including the Fuji X Weekly App in their list and an even bigger “thank you” to everyone who downloaded the app and gave it a review. You are appreciated! Also, I have to pause here for a moment and give a huge shout-out to Sahand Nayebaziz, who’s really the one that made this app (and the iOS version) happen. He’s the brains and skills behind the programming, and a talented photographer, too, who shoots a Fujifilm X-T4, often with the Kodak Portra 400 film simulation recipe. Thanks, Sahand!
Well done, Ritchie, well deserved.Cheers, Nick
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Thanks so much!
Great, I just downloaded the app will give it a shot!
Awesome! I hope you find it useful!
Well deserved! The app concept and most important number of collected film simulations delivered in easy to use way – that is truly innovative idea and implementation!
I appreciate your kind words! They’re encouraging to me, for sure, so thank you!
I’d love to try the app, but for reasons unknown the Google Play store refuses to allow me access to it from my phone. My phone isn’t the newest phone in the world, but it works great for other complicated apps (Polarr, Photopills, etc). Maybe it’s the Android version (7.1.1) that’s the problem.
It’s compatible with Android 9 and newer. Unfortunately, there are security concerns with the older operating systems that we’re still trying to work through.