The ability to shoot photos first and choose a focal point later has become hugely popular in Android devices. Even Google has gotten in on the trend, adding the feature to their Google Camera app. Similar to other implementations, Google uses photo analysis to give you options on where to focus and where to blur ... Read More »
Love to snap photos with your Android smartphone? If so, you’ll be pleased to hear that you’ve now got a new tool to add to your photography app arsenal. VSCO Cam for Android officially launched in the Google Play Store today, bringing with it a number of filters and tools to help ... Read More »
New information on the 8-megapixel camera rumored to be used in the LG-manufactured Nexus 5 has hit the Internet today from the same people that dug through a Nexus 5 log file to give us other specs on the upcoming device. Thanks to Android World, we now know the sensor model used in ... Read More »
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Just how important is the role software plays in making your smartphone photos look good? T-Mobile Moto X owners are finding out first-hand that it’s probably more important than you think.
Despite having a new Clear Pixel camera, which was supposed to give the Moto X an edge in photography, the Moto X is a ... Read More »
Sony’s Honami is one of those devices that you know exists, but does so in a strange place between a million leaks and an official announcement. We’ve seen system dumps and leaked pictures, but Sony has yet to truly cement its existence. Adding to the Honami’s current predicament, Sony has released a second teaser image, ... Read More »
The camera app in stock Android is notorious for being rather lackluster. The controls can be wonky and there are very limited options. Compared to the TouchWiz and Sense camera apps, it’s simply not very good. Motorola has taken note of this, and will be using a custom camera app in the Moto X.
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In a bizarre move today, Google has snuck an updated camera user interface into the just-barely-not-stock versions of Android 4.2.2 running on the just released Google Play editions of the Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One.
Previously leaked as the camera UI to be released with Android 4.3, Google decided they didn’t need to wait ... Read More »
Nearly every photography app I can possibly think of always comes back to one thing: social. No one shares just to share. It’s all about seeing people like your photos, getting followers, and expanding your footprint on the Internet. I get the value in services like Instagram, where all of your photos are tracked and ... Read More »
The UltraPixel camera on the HTC One is just one of the handset’s many flagship features; you could argue that it’s the biggest selling point of the device. Sure, the display is fantastic, and the industrial design is in a league of its own, but Android devices aren’t well known for their cameras. The One ... Read More »
We’re still not sure if the Samsung GT-i9260 is the model number tied to the Galaxy Premiere, Galaxy Nexus II or both, but pictures from the device have started to make their way onto Google’s photo sharing service, Picasa, giving us an idea of what kind of photo quality could be included in ... Read More »