yeah, we know. there are a ton of apps like ours… but we’re different. promise. everyone missed disposable cameras, so we brought that experience to your iphone, with one twist: the look and feel of film, with a modern edge.
it’s super easy, too! just open the app, snap a photo, and BAM. there’s your “i didn’t have to take 23 other pictures and wait 3 weeks to get them all developed and scan them just to post on instagram” photo. premium users have quite an advantage, though… they can upload any photo from their camera roll, and so much more. basically if you love editing photos of harry styles for your theme page or stan twitter account, you may want to consider premium.
we now also offer another in app purchase that allows you to have your 1888 filtered photos printed and sent right to your doorstep, so say goodbye to waiting 3 weeks for CVS to call you back.
if you have any questions, artistic input, complaints, want to see which photos we’re sharing, or simply need a stranger to talk to when you can’t sleep on a school night, follow us on instagram and twitter: @1888app
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we're excited for this one... you can now print your photos on 1888 for $1 each. just open the camera roll and tap print photos to get high quality matte photos prints shipped to your door.
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1888 Reviews (49)
8mm vintage camera is rlly a great app if u want to make ur video look so filmy kinda thing, u know what i mean, that’s what i use on my yt video, btw great vid, i love how u edit tho 💗
how to make that white glitch thing
Im having some issues with this app, I can’t access my library 😩😩please fix it
Overall, the actual resolution of the photos once they've been filtered is really quite poor. It also isn't great at photographing actual people; the filter makes skin look pale and pasty and strange. An unnecessary and underwhelming recreation of HUJI, really.
Overall it’s a great little app to take cool ‘aesthetic’ and ‘vintage’ photos, I won’t deny that but it’s not in any way groundbreaking but perhaps that wasn’t the intention. It’s pretty much exact to Huji app and I’m aware the intent was to make the app similar but take away the secrecy but huji hasn’t been a ‘secret’ app for a long time? The layout is the same as is the overall effect and so I question the need to have an app so similar to it at all? I have both and fail to find much differences other than slight tonal and colour differences and I appreciate the 1888 creator’s efforts to find colouring to suit more skin types but I still feel it hasn’t fully achieved its full potential as an app. It shows great promise but overall has not ‘wowed’ me like I was expecting it to but I feel there is room for improvement and new ideas to make it better but other than that it you’re looking for a simple photo app to take grungy pics it’s pretty simple and user friendly.
Can u recommend apps & filter for free
hey if ur from tiktok like me this app sucks.. there’s ads and like just get a job real disposable camera are like $8
doesn’t look any different from a normal photo minus the time stamp
I’ve tried huji, but it doesn’t have the same feel as 1888. It literally looks like a Polaroid and the colours are the die for 😍
All filter in kuni is free ? Or not ?
Hi I’m a new user of this wonderful app :D I was wondering: is the premium price .99 as a whole or we pay .99 like, for example, once a month? Also, please let the time stamp either be customizable or on the day the photo was taken instead of the date we upload it onto the app
i literally don’t even use the regular camera app anymore. i wish it supported video though just for aesthetic purposes.
Doesn’t let you use pictures from your camera roll unless you pay
I Bought premium version, and for some reason the app won’t give me the features that’s given by the premium. And the app developer on instagram won’t return my messages...... not happy
First off, you need phone with big storage for the recommended apps
Chuck Norris can cremate you instantly with a mean-ass death stare.
Hey to android users here. You can find those editing apps at Ac market. They're already modded
Just iOS 🙄💔
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1888 (MDCCCLXXXVIII) was a leap year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar and a leap year starting on Friday of the Julian calendar, the 1888th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 888th year of the 2nd millennium, the 88th year of the 19th century, and the 9th year of the 1880s decade. As of the start of 1888, the Gregorian calendar was 12 days ahead of the Julian calendar, which remained in localized use until 1923. In Germany, 1888 is known as the Year of the Three Emperors. Currently, it is the year that, when written in Roman numerals, has the most digits (13). The next year that also has 13 digits is the year 2388. The record will be surpassed as late as 2888, which has 14 digits..
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- 10 of the biggest blizzards to ever hit the US - Curtis Compton/AP The Great Blizzard of 1888 remains one of the most devastating storms in US history with a death toll of over 400. The Blizzard of 1996 resulted in 150 deaths and around $3 million in damages across the Northeast. During the bomb cyclone in …
- Public cemeteries as a precondition for the sale of land - Writing at Metropole, Sarah Balakrishnan describes the development of cemeteries in a city in Ghana. As of the 1800's, the general practice in the seaside city of Accra was to bury the dead underneath the family's home. Around 1888, British colonists began fo…