Invite friends via Facebook and you get to share a "roll" of 24 shots, and in keeping with the disposable camera theme, you can't view each other's photos until all of the shots have been taken and the roll is "developed." Once finished, you can view everyone's prints along with what types of effects were used and where the photos were taken.
Individual prints, as well as the entire roll, can then be shared via Twitter, email, or saved to your Camera Roll.
The app comes with two free cameras; inviting Facebook friends will earn you a third. As with the original Hipstamatic, additional cameras are available via in-app purchases and friends can use friends' purchased cameras without also buying them.
CameraBag: Like lo-fi filters but not a fan of Facebook? Nervecenter's $2 CameraBag offers users an array of vintage camera effects and lo-fi filters but without any social networking obligation. Camerabag, which hit the App Store in 2008, has been a popular choice for years due to its clean design and natural-looking filters.
Double tapping on one of 15 available filters reprocesses the photo, sometimes subtly and sometimes dramatically, and can be done several times on each photo for dozens of variations of the original filters.
Photos can be shared via email and saved to your Camera Roll so you are free to share your photos as much or as little as you like. You can also interact with other CameraBag uses in the CameraBag Flickr Group.
Picplz: Instagram users shouldn't have any trouble getting used to Mixed Media Lab's Picplz, which offers photo editing and a social network in one app. Picplz, which is free, emphasizes sharing on social networks and you need either a Facebook or Twitter account to sign up.
The app has clean layout that is very similar to Instagram's. My Network shows you your friends who use the app and Activity will show you a feed of your friends' activity. The Interesting section will give you a feed of popular photos from users across the app.