Like the many functions it provides, making it very much like a real world camera . However, the GUI is, I am sorry to use the word, ugly. All the buttons are much too big and the icons aren't pretty. They take up a lot of screen space, so you cannot focus on the subject. While it is true that you can get a clean interface without all the icons and grid lines by swiping left or right once or twice, it is annoying if every time you want to adjust one of the camera settings, you have to do that swiping. IF the icons are much smaller and unobtrusive, there is no need to have extra screens and swipes. The app Open Camera is a good example but it does not have all the functions. Really hope you can redesign the interface.
Working on my S5. Appears to have now stopped working on Samsung S8. Was previously giving strong green tint to everything. No response from Devs to a complaint. I paid for this c*** and want a refund.
App works quite well, the only problem is that the first time it starts I do not get the button to take a picture. I have to touch the Home button and then restore the application. Then the button to take a picture is available. Using Nexus 5x
it works quite well, unless you adjust the settings, and then it behaves unpredictably. for instance, I adjusted the image size to 15mp for night mode, and it now uses the flash like it's taking a burst of 9 shots, when flash is supposed to not be able to turn on for night mode, as that's literally the point of night mode. basically every mode has some weird similar behaviour if you stray from the default settings.
It a very good and feature-rich camera app. But the UI is boring as well as confusing.
A lot of HDR photos are botched lately. Strong purple lines. No response from the dev to the bug report.
- panorama improved
- critical fixes added for many devices
- processing improved
- minor fixes