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A Better Camera app for Android phone, or tablet

If you do not have one of the latest and greatest flagship Android smartphones from HTC, LG, Samsung or Sony, then chances are your handset is lacking several key areas, with the camera being one of them. However, don’t despair because there is always the Better Camera app.

A Better Camera features for Android phone or tablet — There are so many great features to this app that it is hard to list all of them, although we can highlight the best. HDR allows you to take images with vivid colors and rich detail, which in some cases could be mistaken for DSLR — those are the developers words not ours.

Many Android handsets lack the Panorama camera feature, and so you will be happy to know it is included in this app, allowing you to take 360 degrees images up to 100 MPix. If you took an image but there is an unwanted image, then the quick removal tool will come in handy.

Video recording time lapse is also another great addition because it allows you to have some fun with your Android device. Pre-shot capture allows you to see an image even before it was taken, and improved zoom will come in handy, although there will be a loss of quality, so beware when printing the image out.

This app has so much more to offer, and so you need to visit the Google Play Store for full details, although we can tell you that A Better Camera app was updated earlier this month and fixed various issues with the auto backup/sharing, UI corrections and also improved stability and improved video capture for select Android devices.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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