Posts Tagged ‘android’

eleMount is a Simple and Stylish Surface and Tripod Mount for your Smartphone

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If you like using your smartphone to do any kind of photography or videography, a great mount can go a long way in making your life easier. eleMount is just that, except that it offers so much more. Eye-catching and incredibly practical all at the same time, the little flat surface and tripod mount has taken the Internet by storm. Read more…

Sony Officially Debuts Two Revolutionary Lens-Style Cameras for your Smartphone

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Earlier today, after weeks worth of rumors and leaks, Sony finally announced the ‘lens cameras’ we had heard so much about. No need to parse through rumors and speculate about what’s truth and what’s fiction, the company’s QX100 and QX10 smartphone-attachable lens-style cameras are officially here. Read more…

Pressy: A Universal Android Button That Lets You Shoot & Share Pics in a Snap

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There probably aren’t a lot of people out there who would complain that taking pictures on their smartphone is inconvenient. Often, accessing the camera is a quick click or swipe away, and taking a picture another. Pressy takes it to the next level, however, by letting Android users do all of that and more with just a series of pre-programmed taps. Read more…

Google’s New ‘Views’ Site Gives Android Users a Place to Share Photo Spheres

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The launch of Android 4.2 in October of last year brought with it the ability to create special 360° panoramas called “Photo Spheres.” But as cool as these panoramas were, there was no real way to share them with the exception of a widget Google released a few months back.

Yesterday, all of that changed when Google announced a brand new Google Maps website called Views, built from the ground up for the Android community and their many un-shared Photo Spheres. Read more…

OPPO to Create a Line of Camera-Centric Devices to Rival Samsung’s Galaxy Cam

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While smartphones have, especially of late, taken to blurring the lines between camera and phone, “smartcameras” like Samsung’s Galaxy Camera flipped the idea on its head by putting a phone’s operating system on a camera rather than the other way around.

Since then, Samsung has announced a few other options in the same milieu, (e.g. the Galaxy NX interchangeable lens camera and the 10x optical zoom Galaxy S4 Zoom) with fairly little in way of competition on that front. But Chinese electronics manufacturer OPPO is looking to move in on Samsung’s territory. Read more…

CyanogenMod Unleashes Its Own Camera App Called Focal

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CyanogenMod, the popular Android firmware replacement installed on over 5.6 million devices, has announced a powerful new camera app to replace the stock camera app that ships with Android. It’s called Focal, and is the first leg of a new development project called “Nemesis.”
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Muku Shuttr is the World’s First Wireless Shutter Release for iOS and Android

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In Japanese, “Muku” means “clean” and “simple,” and that’s what Muku Labs has done its best to create with its first product, the Muku Shuttr. A clean and simple little wireless shutter release that works with iOS and certain Android devices. Read more…

You Can Install the Improved Android 4.3 Camera App on Most Android Phones

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Here’s some good news for the smartphone photographers out there who are sick of all the iPhone-only news that seems to flow down the pipeline daily. It turns out that anybody with an Android 4.0 and later phone can install a copy of the superior Android 4.3 camera app without even having to root their phone. Read more…

Ziphius: The Aquatic Drone That Captures Photos While Speeding Across the Water

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There’s been a lot of talk about UAVs — as in Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (aka. Drones) — lately, but what about Unmanned Acquatic Vehicles? When it comes to remote-controlled water drones that you can use to photograph underwater life, there’s far less choice in the affordable/DIY range.

The new aquatic drone Ziphius is here to change that, as it makes its way to market sporting the title of world’s first app-controlled aquatic drone. Read more…

Imgur Releases Official App For Android

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Fast-growing and super popular image sharing service Imgur announced the release of their first official application for Android. Even though there’s been a beta available since April, Imgur says their mobile application is ready for primetime. Now you can enjoy meme pictures and silly cats wherever you happen to be. Read more…