David’s Disposable

David’s Disposable Reviews

Published by on 2019-12-29

Hey, it’s David!! Let me know what you think of my new Disposable App. It’s super easy to use! Just open the app, take your photos, and wait for them to develop. At 9AM every day, you will get a notification that your photos are developed and ready to be viewed, similar to actual disposable cameras...


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Table of Contents: 1. Reviews | 2. Is it Safe? | 3. Is it Legit? | 4. App not working? | 5. Report Issue

David’s Disposable Reviews


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    5

    Thank you David!

    So, finally got my first photo ready! it is good! I love that I can save it in my camera roll and it doesn’t cost any money like most of others do. This app is everything what disposable camera has to be. Raw vintage photos without any fake effects and all this for free! I read some reviews complaining about taking it time to be ready and they don’t know if photo comes out good. Well that’s exactly how disposable cameras work, if you don’t know. Personally for me there is only 1 thing, how can I delete photos? the delete button isn’t working, I accidentally took two photos and i want to delete but when I am pressing button it’s not working... To conclude thank you David, again you made this world better place and brought joy to people’s lives!



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    5

    i’ll open up the app again

    you can tell the app wasn’t half assed. the attention to detail is outstanding and the app gives off the same type of energy david does. maybe he helped make it?? not sure but whatever. but here’s an example of what i’m talking ab. ex: the premium upgrade. it says a cheesy advertisement line. see? same vibe. also,, i love that you have to wait until morning to get your pictures. it makes it like christmas in a way. ppl who say otherwise probably have no sense of fun lol. one last thing, the camera click and processing sound effect is perfect because it’s clean and clear. there are smooth transitions all throughout the app as well, like when ur clicking buttons and such. -Ellie



  • By
    5

    Some of y’all are missing the point of the app

    This app is trying to make it just as close to being relatable to an actually disposable camera. It’s about taking the photo and then moving on with the day. Living in the moment. You get one chance on the photo so it’s raw and real unlike the camera on your phone where you take multiple selfies trying to get the “perfect” one. (There is nothing wrong with that tho) this app is just a different concept. Don’t get mad is there isn’t a selfie setting or that you have to wait until the next day for your photos. That’s the point of the app. If you’re mad about these setting then just use your regular phone camera.



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    2

    Not a good update...

    When the app first came out it was great and worked really well - it wouldn’t crash or anything of the sort. But recently, with the new update and other added features such as ads, the app crashes constantly. I took some pictures yesterday (for the new year) and it keeps on taking me out of the app and not letting me view all the pictures I took. Most of the pictures I took on New Year’s Eve, I took them on the app because I genuinely enjoyed the quality and what it offered (I know I should’ve had a backup plan, that’s my fault) but am disappointed in the continuous inconvenience of having to re-open the app and having it push me out... P.S I love David and his work, in no way am I trying to bash this app as it has great potential. However, as aforementioned, I did come across that ‘bug’ / inconvenience with the disposable app.



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    1

    stan 1888

    got this app thinking i’d just try it out. i was originally a huge fan of huiji until 1888 was released and i’ve been a huge fan since. figured i would try out david’s seeing if it was similar or (possibly??) better than 1888. whoooeeee i was wrong, lol. i’ll say, the app has potential. i don’t like that you have to wait upwards of 13 hours to get your photos. how do i know if they’re coming out okay??? the reason why i love disposable camera apps is because it doesn’t cost money to develop & you can make sure you’re actually taking good pics. what happens when i take a photo but it ends up the lighting would have been better facing the other direction, but i didn’t know because i cant see the photo until 9a the next day. also, the fact that the screen to see the pics your taking is like 1mm x 1mm i cant make sure everything is in focus and looks good. Sticking to 1888.



  • By
    5

    SO GOOD

    Okay first of all, i love DAVID DOBRIK!!!! He’s the best and coming into this app i thought it wouldn’t be that much different from the iphone camera and i’m pleased to say it is so much better. the camera quality is nice and has a melancholy darkish filter that makes everything look authentic and real. It almost gives a polaroid feel and all the details about the “disposable” makes it so much cooler to take the picture. I also loved that you could only get the pictures the next morning at 9 AM, it’s fun to look forward to and adds another special quality about this app. I totally recommend this app and remember to keep the flash on🤪



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    4

    Am I the only one with this problem?

    I love using this app but I’ve ran into a problem:/ Since I don’t know the outcome of the photos I’m taking until 9am the next day, I take multiple photos. Although, for some reason I am not able to delete the unwanted pictures afterwards. It shows the trash can icon but when I press on it nothing happens and I’m pretty sure it’s not my phone bc it’s pretty new. Am I the only one with this problem? Please help!



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    3

    The first update ruined it for me.

    When the app first came out, it worked perfectly. I love the simplicity of the app and it actually does take decent photos. No overwhelming filters. Lagged a little bit if you’re trying to take multiple but otherwise great. However, a new update came out this week and immediately I get an ad each time I open the app. Ok I can deal, I get it. But when I wait for the ad to finish, the app crashes. I haven’t been able to access any of my pictures since the most recent update. It crashes each time. Have deleted it, downloaded, and restarted my phone- still no luck. Oh well, guess I’ll wait for the next update. Till then I’ll give it 3 stars.



  • By
    1

    1888 is better

    i downloaded this app to see if it would be better than huji or 1888. i never really liked huji so when 1888 came out i was ecstatic. after trying david’s app i can say with a lot of confidence that i’ll be deleting it and sticking to 1888. the ads are annoyingly ridiculous, and having to wait till 9am the next day is stupid plain and simple. not sure if there’s a feature to upload pictures from your camera roll cause whenever i tried to find it a stupid ad would pop up (and they take up my entire screen to the point i can’t even click on the X to get rid of it i just have to exit the whole app). i also can barely see through the small hole that’s there to take a picture. if anyone is looking for a better app, download 1888. you won’t regret it.



  • By
    5

    It’s great but

    This is a really cool concept and I love the vintage vibe of it but most people want to see their right away and suff and if this was the only app like this I wouldn’t mind but I did find another app just like this with the camera and everything but on this app you can see your photos right away and also flip the camera and it has no flash and self timer and it’s like a better version of this app but I still take photos on this app to support David and maybe he could give me a Tesla and also the name of the app is called HUJI



  • By
    5

    Awesome app

    I love this app and it exceeded my expectations. It gives the presence of an actual disposal camera and is amazing in every way. One thing i wish it could have, hopefully on the next update is to have the date and time of when the picture was taken on the bottom right corner of the photo. That way when we look back on the photos we can remember when it was taken and look back on the memories we have!! Please make this a thing on the next update. Thank you!!!



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    3

    eh

    As someone who frequently uses disposable cameras, I truly do not think this app is identical to the pictures you get with a physical disposable camera. I LOVE DAVID DOBRIK DO NOT GET MY WRONG, and I am so happy for him making this app! But I think if you’re looking for the true disposable camera effect, just buy the camera. Ultimately a physical camera ends up being cheaper anyways—$20 total to buy and then print the physical pictures at walmart. It is very expensive to print the pictures off this app. This app isn’t TERRIBLE—it does what it needs to do and it’s definitely convenient. But I just think a physical disposable camera is better.



  • By
    5

    David’s Disposables

    Okay once I got past the fact that I have a camera that is amazing and I can literally see whatever I snap a photo of instantly and not have to wait till the next morning... I loved this app!! I only had downloaded it in the first place because it was David Dobrik’s but I’m loving how good it is! Defiantly worth the wait if the one day to see your photos! It’s like Christmas, you don’t know what photo you’re going to unwrap!! Haha! Love you David if you’re reading this! :))



  • By
    5

    Not what i was expecting

    This is nothing like HUJI (a better disposable camera app in my opinion) this app doesn’t do anything to pictures they are just normal except, get this, you have to wait until the next day to see the pictures. lol i was expecting more from david. i love him but this could be so much better hun. still giving you 5 stars because i love you. but please do sowmthing other than make a camera app that has a flash lol.



  • By
    5

    awesome

    i was spending so much money buying disposable cameras and getting the pictures developed so i’m super glad david came out with this app. it’s an incredible (and free) alternative to disposable cameras. the pictures even come out looking like pictures from a disposable camera. and it’s so exciting to see all of the pictures you took the night before the next morning because you don’t always remember what you took. A+ app


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