Fish Bowl Features
The main screen is divided into two parts; One for the album cover and another for the album name. At the top of the albums, there are three boxes, where you can add your favorite album for quick view. In the option bar, there is a camera button, a search button, Actions and settings.
To view an image, just tap on it and swipe left or right to view next or previous image. This is common in every photo gallery app, but it is smoother than default gallery app of Android. You can also set a photo as album cover or your phone’s wallpaper.
In the Action section, you’ll get a simple picture “Play Slideshow” option, where every image is proven full-screen in successive order and a unique slide show where several images gradually appear on the display.
In every mobile, there are some private photos, which you never want to show up publicly. In Fish Bowl, you can easily hide an album for Fish Bowl only or can store it in a locker for more security. Any time you can unhide it by going Actions >> Open Locker.
Fish Bowl has a unique sharing feature, in which you can share your photos with other apps, Bluetooth, Email and MMS by compressing them in Low, Medium and High quality. Is not it worthy?
As like other galleries you can Copy, Move, Delete a photo. Instead of these, there is “Mini Gallery” and “Fisheye View” for different look, and you can Title/Description of a photo. In settings, you’ll get many options to customize Fish Bowl as your required.
The functions of Fish Bowl are great, and it’s challenging to find an Android gallery app that does more. If you’re totally looking for functions and don’t mind a little confusing interface, Fish Bowl is an excellent choice. I tried it on Android Kitkat 4.4.4 and it work like a charm.
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