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Camera Awesome App Lands on Select Android Devices

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Camera Awesome is one of those awesome apps that has been, up until this time, an exclusive to iOS devices. That has now changed, because the Camera Awesome app has finally been ported over to Google Android.

Available through the Google Play Store for $2.99 ($3.13 Canadian), Camera Awesome equips you with all sorts of different features and options for taking pictures with your Android smartphone or tablet.

You get high-speed burst, HDR mode, panoramas, composition guides, face recognition, ISO setting adjustments, white balance changes and more. You can also crop and rotate, as well as apply various effects. The “Awesomize” button makes some automatic adjustments for you and you can get image stabilization for your videos.

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That’s all well and good, but as it stands, Camera Awesome for Android is only compatible with select devices. These include the Nexus 4, Nexus 7, Nexus 10, Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy Note II, Galaxy S4, Galaxy S3, Xperia Z, HTC One, Moto X and DROID RAZR. Strangely, there’s no mention of the Nexus 5 in there.

Yes, there are already tons of camera apps and image filter apps in the Play Store, but having SmugMug’s Camera Awesome added to the mix is certainly welcome.

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  1. It has bad reviews. My Note 3 works just as good if not better.

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