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October 17 2011 – #1 i Phone utility in Italy, #14 overall app October 14 2011 – #1 i Phone utility in Canada, #2 overall app September 19, 2011 – My brother Chris and I are featured in a local business magazine.

You don't have to join the Grid network if you don't want to, which is a huge plus, but I actually found it to essentially be a "pure" version of an Instagram feed.

You can see great photos and follow photographers you like, but there's no spammy likes, comments or other cruft getting in the way.

My wife Lorrie and I run Eggman Technologies and focus on business/utility apps while my brother Chris makes games at his own company.

September 19, 2011 – #2 i Phone app in Spain (overall), #1 utility app August 31, 2011 – #1 i Pad app in Germany (overall), also the #1 utility for both i Phone and i Pad Live Cams Pro has been downloaded more than 750,000 times since being released on May 5, 2011.

There are the big names like Instagram, Snapseed and Photoshop — but another app with a passionate following for a long time on i OS called VSCO Cam (derived from the name "Visual Supply Co") is also now thrown into the mix on Android.

In a world where Instagram has lost a bit of its "cool" factor among the more artistic and photography-focused users out there, VSCO Cam is a really great option.

Though with a potentially over-simplified and tough-to-grasp interface, getting acquainted with this app definitely takes some time.

Read along for our full review of VSCO Cam on Android.

Presets aren't a one-tap-and-done affair, either, they're applied as layers and can be used in different intensities on a scale of 1 to 12.

Add a 4 M1 and a 7 B1 to make a different picture from a 12 C1 and a 2 T1.

But it doesn't exactly telegraph how everything works like other apps do.