Needs Work This app has potential because it will actually shoot long exposure on my Nexus 6p. But the UI is horrid. This app is a perfect example of why Graphic Designers/UI specialists should be involved with the app development process. It could also benefit from better manual control over white balance, ISO and focus. I question whether the sample shots in the gallery were taken using the app because none of my shots using the app on a Nexus 6P came out as focused. It's suspect.
This app sucks Degrades the photo quality tremendously and even puts its own watermark in the corner to ruin your photo as much as possible. No iso control or anything except zoom. Its not even long exposure, it just takes a ton of pics and lays them on top of each other. Its not smooth at all.
Good app and easy to use but .... The app is not support remote control shutter and there is no have iso setting. its very very bad... So Bad! I give u 5 stars in the next time
Limited, ugly, but functional As long as you understand the limitations of this app, and use it accordingly, the results aren't entirely terrible. There are quite a few limitations though. Also, the UI is hideous. And the save resolution is quite bad. But you can get a decent picture out of this.
Very decent results! Menu layout=eeww I was looking for a slow shutter app and came across this. One of the few in the play store. I tried it with a red strobe light in a dark room and got some great results! I would rate this 5 stars, but the menu interface is unsightly and poorly layed out. Redesign the menu and 5 stars it is!
Decent Interesting pictures for daytime photography. Nights aren't very good if you're trying to photograph the stars (due in part of course to hardware camera limitation). My cam is 20Mpx, for starlight it functioned no better than standard app. I could, of course, be doing something wrong but I tried many settings.
Update google api