QuickPic: A Brief Review
As QuickPic is a free app, I can’t make too many complaints. Pinch-to-zoom would be a welcomed feature, but that’s about it. QuickPic is a nice alternative to the standard gallery that comes with my device. It replaces the 3D-like UI of the stock gallery app with a flat, more refined look. Photos are still organized into folders, such as Camera, Downloads, etc.
Opening a folder brings up a 3-column grid that simply scrolls up and down, unlike the 4-row left-to-right grid found in the stock gallery app. Once you’ve selected an image, you can crop, rotate, move or copy it to another location, rename it, set it as a wallpaper or contact icon, and of course share it.
That’s just about all there is to say about this app. It’s not an extravagant gallery with lists upon lists of features, but it gets the job done. QuickPic would be my first suggestion to anyone that’s looking for a simple replacement to the stock gallery app. If you’d like to give it a try, you can download it by using the box below.
So, what gallery app do you use? Are you satisfied with the stock gallery? Sound off in the comments!
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