6 apps that give the Fish Eye effect to your phone's camera

6 apps that give the Fish Eye effect to your phone's camera

Increasingly, effects normally achieved only in professional cameras, with specific lenses, are simulated by smartphone applications. The famous "Fisheye" effect (Fisheye or Gopro effect), which can capture images at 180 degrees, one of them.

We have separated 6 apps that allow you to achieve this darling effect straight from your phone's camera!

1. Fisheye Lens (iOS)

fisheye lens

To ensure that the user is able to achieve the desired effect, this app features ten different fisheye lenses. The number of effects is not far behind. The application has eight film effects. They are: Standard, Cross Processing, Photocrom, Sunset, Sakura, Sepia, Split Tone and Black and White.

It is also possible to adjust the intensity of each lens in real time and edit photos that were not taken by the app.

O Fisheye Lens is available for iOS.

2. Fisheye Lens Pro (Android)

fisheye lens pro

With the proposal of guaranteeing the necessary tools for the best photos from more open angles, this application has eight Fisheye lenses. They range from a slight GoPro effect to great distortion.

The app also features 28 customizable layouts for those who enjoy photo collages, allowing the user to make them while photographing. It is still possible to choose from about 90 different filters to apply the camera itself.

O Fisheye Lens Pro is available for Android.

3. Fisheye Plus Pro (iOS)

fisheye plus pro

In all, this app features five Fisheye lenses. There are three circulars, a full frame and the famous Crystal Ball Len (which gives the impression that the photo was made with a small crystal ball in the foreground).

To guarantee the editing of the photos, the user also has a seven-color Ringflash, effects that will change the tone of the images. In addition, the application offers 22 film effects.

With a simple interface, the app brings commands such as changing lenses, film effects and filters with just one click. It is also possible to share your photos on social networks from the app.

O Fisheye Plus Pro is available for iOS.

4. SKRWT (iOS and Android)


This app goes a little against the rest. Developed to help the user to improve their photographs, SKRWT presents itself as the most powerful lens correction and perspective change tool available.

That is, it will be possible to correct distortions that may have been caused by Fisheye lenses, DLSR, GoPro or drone cameras.

In addition to correcting distortions and perspectives, the app also corrects the total four points of the photo and also creates mirror images.

O SKRWT is available for iOS and Android.

5. ProCam 5 (iOS)


This is a powerful photography and image editing application very complete. Only in the function of shooting and filming, the app brings the options night mode, slow shooting mode, 3D photos, anti-vibration, continuous shooting, slow motion mode, time lapse, among others.

The user can also change focus, exposure, shutter speed, ISO, white balance and photo and video resolution. It is possible to take photos while a video is being recorded, measure the audio, mark the geographic location, use alignment grids and configure the flash.

Now for editing (which in this app preserves the original image), 60 filters and 17 different lenses are available, including Olho de Peixe.

O ProCam 5 is available for iOS.

6. FishEyeVideo Free (Android)

fisheye video free

This app has eight types of Fisheye lenses that can be used to shoot directly from the application. From circular to diagonal Fisheye effect, with different levels of strength and distortion.

In addition, the tool brings various film effects, such as mono, negative, solarize, among others. The application also allows the sharing of images with social networks directly from your platform.

O FishEyeVideo Free is available for Android.


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Sabryna Esmeraldo

Proudly from Ceará, he graduated in Journalism in 2012 from the University of Fortaleza and is currently a Master's student in Communication, Art and Culture at the University of Minho, in Portugal. He has been working as a reporter since 2010, but has been a nerd since childhood.