Not for every shot you take, but it's a great camera if you need to take clean low light shots. You definitely have to keep the camera relatively still though, so shaky hands need not apply. Be prepared to take a look at your gallery to make sure you got the shot you wanted. It's a great app and I would recommend it to photography enthusiasts. For future updates, I would like to see RAW support, as well as support for the front facing camera too.
Terrible app in comparison to its iOS version Loved this app on my iPhone 5s, hate it on Nexus 5x. Freezes the phone in like 30% of all shots. Had to reboot phone couple of times because it would just make the phone unresponsive. Setting number of frames manually improves situation a bit but that's about it.
Worked well, then not at all I used Cortex Camera for a few days and was delighted with the results. About a week ago it stopped working and when I try to start it I get the message "Unfortunately Cortex Camera has stopped." I sent an email about the problem and got no reply.
Buggy and lo-fi version compare to ios I love this app on ios, the Android version is really bad. Many crashes, the exposure is stuck and never ends. Impossible to setup the exposures manually, etc. So disappointed
Doesn't do much Shots in low light will generally, but not always, seem less pixelated at the expense of very odd colours and a fuzzier picture(even with very steady hands resting on an object) . The trade off is not worth it imo and I would expect it to be much better after talking ten seconds or more to get a shot while hrd+ takes only a short moment. Waste of 3$ for the 6p.
Useful but buggy. Great camera! Sometimes it crashes when you open photos while it's processing. It should work in the background or continue working when I return but it just freezes.
* fix for crash on launch affecting some users