Worked well... Worked well when I could use it on my S3 with cyanogenmod then upgraded to S5 and worked on cyanogenmod 11 and now can't even install it on lollipop(cyanogenmod 12). Contacted support and was told it works on the nexus 5 running LP and cyanogenmod was likely the cause and they weren't able to support all OS's. Future support of cyanogenmod which is still android will bring my rating back up. Edit: just realized it's been a year since update, that's embarrassing!
Was using it all the time on ios and it always delivered. Doesn't work on my Sony Xperia S3 as it should be. No support for exposure and focus settings. Does it always have to be like that on android? That the apps work for some people on for some ppl not on similar devices with android?
Bugs, you need to fix them! While the app looks nice and has some interesting features, does not deliver to the expectations. It closes unexpectedly not allowing you to take the desired pictures. It even shuts down your phone. Therefore, dear app developers make sure you fix these bugs quickly if you want more people to pay for your app.
Where is the value added on s4 using kitkat? Developer says it is impossible to revise app to use sd card using kitkat. Also s4 apparently won't support two finger exposure setting.
Crashes too much Great features when it works, but it crashes way too much. I can't count on it to work when I need it to so now I'm back to using Google camera. Very disappointed and would not recommend for purchase. (Moto X 2nd Gen)
Since KitKat update, no longer working on Galaxy S4 As others here have reported, since the update to KitKat 4.4.2, Camera Awesome -- which was always my favorite photo app -- has quit working on the Samsung Galaxy S4. Won't save images; just leaves these black, broken images in the gallery. So disappointing. Please fix soon!
• Performance/stability improvements
• Updated language support
• Auto focus & exposure fixes on Nexus 5 (Android 4.4.1+)
• Split focus & exposure support on Moto X (Android 4.4+)
• HDR Support for supporting Samsung devices
• Center exposure lock on supporting Samsung devices (S4, Note 3)
• Supports default camera app from lock screen
• Reduced application size