Don't understand the negative reviews, it does what it is supposed to and works great so far. Maybe people expect too much from something they gt for free in the end
Lacks the most basic requirement of manual camera controls. Couldn't believe there's no way to set and lock ISO, White balance, and focus, it's ESSENTIAL for time-lapse photography. Ran a series of 1-min interval tests and even in a controlled environment I had changes in focus and exposure, making it useless. Screen-off mode is spotty at best. HTC Evo 4G LTE (Android 4.3) works when app is backgrounded and screen turned off. Samsung Galaxy Nexus (Android 4.2) doesn't work when screen is off, regardless if display is on or off, or if app is backgrounded...it bizarrely captures bad frames that are either all black or incredibly underexposed amongst frames that are fine. Neither device was successfully able to capture a properly exposed time-lapse sequence within the 20mins of allotted charger time on the lite app. Really disappointed, it has smart features for long term time-lapses that no one else has, but lacks basic functionality.
No use App is limited to 20 minutes on lite version. No use at all to try it out.
Pretty good app This is the only "lite" time lapse app I've managed to get working properly and I didn't need to mess about. I'd definitely buy the full version if it had a start/stop date & time, as I only need to monitor at certain times of day.
Not working with external camera (Logitech C920). Any chance to support it? I'm using Minix Z64A with Logitech C920...
The ONLY app for serious, fault-tolerant time lapse shooting This is the only app I found that is reliable enough to be used for serious, fault-tolerant, unattended, long-time use. The other apps, especially the ones that create the video on board of the device are not good enough, especially if they keep the frames in RAM and crash if unable to create the video at the end. This app won't lose your pictures. This app will write the frames to the SD card as soon as they are taken, and then you'll have all the freedom in the world to move them, edit them and make a movie on your desktop. The keyword here is RELIABILITY and fault tolerance. If you plan to make an unattended installation on top of a mountain or in a weather balloon, you need to know that the app will reliably save your pictures you have been taking for a long period, even if nobody is there to click on "save the movie" at the end of the picture taking, even if android crashes, even if the battery dies, even if the phone itself crashes on the ground and you fish out the SD card from the wreckage. That's what I want. This app does it. This is a serious app.
- added subfolder option
- removed space recycling dialog when screen is off, fixed app stop recording when space limit is reached
Microphone live streaming from your Android device to any streaming music player
Take/Run at least four times as many photos/long compared to the alternative.