Time Lapse to Cloud

Contains ads
124 reviews
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About this app

With this application you can program the camera of your device to take photos with a time lapse and automatically upload them to the cloud so you can view the photos remotely from another device.
You can make videos with the images of the time lapses.

• Can be used as a remote monitoring system.
• You can program the start and end of the time lapse to take the pictures.
• Photos are saved to the device and if you have cloud storage selected, they will be saved to both locations at once.
• It has a photo viewer of the time lapses made.
• Many camera parameters can be set such as flash mode, shutter sound, white balance, etc.
• Image compression and resolution can be set.
• You can stop the time lapse by reaching precise Megabytes or reach a previously set low battery level.
• You can build videos using different speeds (fps - images per second), at various resolutions (144p, 240p, 360p, 480p, 640p, 720p, 1080p) and various compression speeds.
• If the photos of the lapse have sufficient resolution can be made videos of up to 720p (HD) and 1080p (Full HD)

Explanation of the permissions used by this application:
- write permission to external storage to save the photos taken.
- permission to access the camera in order to take the photos.
- permission to prevent the device from going into sleep mode so that the application continues to take pictures with the screen off and upload them to the cloud.
- permission to access the internet to upload the photos to the cloud and to show ads.
Updated on
Feb 6, 2021

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124 reviews
Nishant J
May 28, 2020
Simple yet comprehensive no nonsense app with minimal ads. Liked the ease of use & intuitive interface. Seems to perform as expected, though haven't explored all the features yet. Also I've dedicated an old phone for this app, so wouldn't know how it performs on an 'active' phone. Is it possible to time stamp the photos though? Especially since the photo names get changed when converted to video. I am trying to use it to record plant growth and sunlight patterns. Would appreciate a quick reply.
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Rober G.
May 28, 2020
Hello, thanks for your opinion, I will consider your suggestion for future updates
Stewart Midwinter
June 2, 2020
This app looked promising - I want to take a few shots every day during an entire year. Disappointed that it only took a few shots and then no more; seems like it won't run in the background on Android 10.. Also told me I had no internet connection when I had both mobile data and wifi-enabled. Lastly, it can't use the front camera.
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Tony Gabis
June 14, 2020
It's OK for storing pictures in the cloud, but it can't make a video from pictures in the cloud. You have to tell it to store pictures locally as well to make a video, which defeats the point of cloud storage for me, which is to save space on my phone. Marking it down further because today it just stopped without explanation after taking only 8 photos
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What's new

Fixed crash when uploading photos to Google Drive.
New function to add Time Stamp on Photos.
Other improvements.