Smugmug's Camera Awesome app for Android is out of beta

Smugmug's Camera Awesome app for Android is out of beta
Smugmug's Camera Awesome app for Android phones is now out of beta and is available for you to purchase from the Google Play Store. Priced at $2.99, the app helps you compose your shots better using certain screen guides, and there is even video image stabilization. Photographers who know what they are doing can set the white balance, ISO and exposure settings. Pictures can also be taken in multiple resolutions and there are quite a few editing options to play around with. Devices powered by Tegra chips have special features including slo-motion video, enhanced stylus support and enhanced HDR. And all users of the app can share with the usual gang of social networking apps like Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to name just a few.

The app is compatible with the Samsung Galaxy S III, Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung GALAXY Note II, Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 7, Nexus 10, Sony Xperia Z, Motorola Moto X, HTC One, Motorola DROID Razr, Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7 and the Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 8.9. If you don't own one of these Android models, you are out of luck.

While the app just launched on the Google Play Store on Tuesday, over 20 million iOS users have already downloaded and installed Camera Awesome. We should point out that based on the small sample size of just 64 Android users who bothered to leave a review, Camera Awesome received an average 3.2 stars which certainly leaves a lot to be desired. On the other hand, iOS users gave the app 4.5 stars.


source: CameraAwesome (iOS|Android) via AndroidCentral 

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