- Most filters require a paid account.
- No dark-mode support.
- No web editing or desktop apps.
- No commenting.
Installation, Signup, Setup
VSCO Photo & Video Editor v278 is available as a free app (with in-app filter purchases) for iPhone and some Android devices. I tested on an iPhone X and a Samsung Galaxy Note 8. At installation, you need to accept prompts allowing the app to send push notifications and to see your location.
To use the app at all, you now have to create or sign into an account—in the past, you could use the app for photo editing without this step.
Of course, you’ll need an account to post your photos, but I much prefer being able to get to the meat of the app before having to go through the barrier of creating an account. As with most apps, you can create an account using your Facebook or Google credentials or with an email address or phone number.
VSCO’s Smartphone Interface
Once you’re all signed up and have granted all the permissions, you can start following “creators”—the app suggests some to get you started. Across the bottom of the screen are your five app navigation options: Feed, Discover, Studio (the camera part), Profile, and Membership.
You can add a profile image, but surprisingly, especially for a camera app, there isn’t the option to shoot a selfie within the app for this. In Discover, there’s a Flora section (but no Fauna section) that includes animals as well as plants. Discover offers a search function; when I searched for bird, there was nothing near the wealth of bird photography available on Flickr.
A surprisingly large portion of the images on VSCO are of young women facing away from the camera, with their backs to the viewer. Thankfully, the service is nearly free of the memes found on Instagram; it’s more about appealing photos.
If you want to see VSCO’s view of the crème de la crème, there’s no feature similar to Flickr Explore photos, but you can browse feeds curated by VSCO staff in the Discover section. These include Editorial, Selects, Humankind, Style, Beach, and more. You can also search based on tags and usernames on the Discover tab.
Unlike in Instagram, double-tapping a VSCO photo doesn’t favorite it; instead, it opens a larger view of the image where you can star, reshare, or send the image to a VSCO contact. That whole process makes for a less quick-browsing and -favoriting experience than you get with Instagram. Another quibble is that the favoriting star only switches from a black outline to a dark blue outline, so it’s hard to tell at a glance whether you’ve favorited a shot or not.
VSCO on the Web
With your VSCO account (even a free one), you also get your own URL in the form vsco.co/username. You can see your feed, your profile, and contacts here. You can also upload photos from your computer, but not edit them or add them to your feed. Picsart, by contrast, offers a desktop app for Windows 10 in the OS’s app store, with full editing capabilities.
The site VSCO Photo & Video Editor v278 Mod Apk creates for you is simpler than Instagram’s Web version of your photo set. But I didn’t find any privacy options for photos put on the grid—no private accounts like you see on Twitter. Flickr is even more granular, letting you set privacy and safety level per photo. You could just not share to the feed and just send your VSCO photos directly to recipients if you prefer.
Social interaction is minimal on VSCO, too: like tallies don’t appear on the public feed, there’s no commenting, or people tagging. I actually found it frustrating to browse pictures I liked without being able to “like” them in one action.
Sure, you can follow users and reshare images, but that’s not the same thing. There’s not location or EXIF information like you get on Flickr, and finally, you don’t get to see traffic statistics for your views of your photos, as you can in Twitter, but that may well be intentional.
How to Crack?
- Download VSCO Photo & Video Editor v278 Mod Apk
- Now install it on your program.
- After installation is complete, copy and paste the crack file
- Then paste it in an installation directory
- Enjoy full version
VSCO Photo & Video Editor v278 Mod Apk Requirements
- 2 GHz Processor.
- 2GB of RAM.
- HDD space 800MB
- 670-MB installation space required
- Windows XP, 7, 8, 8.1, and also 10
- MAC OS X 10.8 or later.
The No-Pressure Instagram Alternative
VSCO Photo & Video Editor v278 Mod Apk is a worthy alternative to the leading social photo networks, which tend to cause angst about likes and negative comments. Unlike those, it doesn’t show like counts or allow comments. Its simple design nevertheless brings powerful tools and an appealing web-sharing experience to the table. It’s a delightful, cleanly designed photography app to use on your iPhone that offers appealing, though info- and interaction-weak, online galleries.
The Journals feature allows you to tell a story with a group of images in your Studio tab. The set can get a title and subtitle, and you can designate it as private.
VSCO Photo & Video Editor v278 Mod Apk is a photo editing and sharing app that’s more artsy and low-pressure than Instagram, which has become a war for the most likes.