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Review | ICS Camera: Ice Cream Sandwich camera for everyone …

febrero 14, 2020

Certainly the most innovative application that surprised everyone during the presentation of the new one Android 4.0, code name Ice Cream Sandwich, was the application "stock”Dedicated to the camera. There is good news for all those who have "envied" it; Moblynx, developer present on Android Market, has ported the ICS camera making it compatible with Froyo and Gingerbread.

This means that most of the terminals Android now they can take advantage of the camera features of Ice Cream Sandwich. In fact, it presents some really interesting features such as the possibility of applying real-time effects to our photos (sepia effect, single color effect, etc.) and the possibility of creating panoramic photos in a very intuitive and simple way (probably the real strength of the application). Of course you can also take advantage of the functionality for video recording with effects applicable in real time, as in photos.

The graphical interface, enhanced and improved by Moblynx, the clean and unmistakable one of Ice Cream Sandwich, and in the official log on the Android Market the characteristics are described in detail:

Silent mode (to avoid hearing the classic click or autofocus noise). On the changelog it is explained that this feature does not work on all devices; – effects (mono, sepia, negative, etc); – possibility of disable or enable video stabilization, but only in devices with Android 4.0 operating system; – video bitrate selection; – 720p HD video recording, but only on Android 4.0; – functionality panorama; – support for tablets based on the Android Honeycomb platform.

The application available in two versions, free and paid, below are the links and QR codes to download it:

(Qr) https://market.android.com/details?id=com.moblynx.cameraics (/ qr)

(Qr) https://market.android.com/details?id=com.moblynx.cameraicsplus (/ qr)

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