The piccys this app could take were easily the clearest and sharpest on the market. Version 2 has arrived and doesn't work on any of my devices. I was so impressed with the previous product that I bought the full hit. I see a rushed out fix has now been released, but try as I might, on clicking the shutter button it will no longer take any piccys. Ouch!! Shame.... How do I now enter the settings menu, this also seems to have disappeared!!!
If you have a Galaxy S3-S5 don't bother I have to say the app is ALMOST really well thought out and works decently on my Galaxy S5. But there is one HUGE reason why you should not use this app on the G-S3-S5 all of which I have and tested. It does not use the full sensor!! No matter what size photo or video setting you use....it crops in significantly compared to the native camera app. This is no good at all...you loose precious resolution and wide angle ability. The second reason is that none of the independent AE and AF lock functions work.
I actually really like This app but I have a couple of issues. No matter what setting I use, it leaves a grey strip along the side (or bottom, depending on orientation) of my photo. Video function doesn't work at all, its just a jumble of crazy color lines. I really want this app to work, I like the way it is set up, I like the options, I like the quality of the photos but not going to pay for full if these things won't work for me in the free!
best camera app for android Very sharp pictures. Separate exposure and focus areas ..You can see the results right on your viewfinder. UI could have been better , too cramped. Overall best android camera app
Pictures look pixelated, garbled No matter what settings I use, the pictures (on my Galaxy S3) look like elongated strips of the pixels contained in the image. In the preview everything looks normal and like a cool UI, but once I actually take the photo... I get that weird linear repetition of pixels. So I haven't even gotten to see one good photo out of the 10 that are offerred for free.
Its ok but... It keeps telling me it can't find an Internet connection so it won't let me register it to use it fully. And the AE function apparently doesn't work on the Galaxy Note II.
UI adjustments & bug fixes
Blur photo focus app, focus camera, blur image, blur background, foggy video dim