another weekend, another app implemented 😉 This time I thought I’d give a burst shot camera app a chance.
I wanted to make it as easy to use and yet powerful. So there is „Easy Burst Camera“.
- Different capture modes (Hold to capture, Auto-shot, …)
- Set shot interval from 100ms to 2sec
- Set number of shots to take
- Set a timer
- Share shots via Google+, Facebook, Twitter, etc…
- Create an animated GIF from your shots
As always, the app is completely free and has ads. If it will be a success I will add a remove-ads in-app purchase as usual.
I’d be happy to read your feedback, either here or in the Play Store 🙂
Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.goddchen.android.easyburstcamera
Recently I was contacted by a desperate user of the FingerPlay MIDI Android app. He was requesting a feature from the developers of the app for several weeks but hadn’t received any response, neither has the app received any updates or reactions on their issue tracker… Their blog post for the app is filled with unanswered comments.
So I went and sent several emails to the developers – without an answer 🙁 So I decided to just go forward and move the open source project to GitHub and continue to developer and support it myself.
In order to make it even possible to invest some hours each month in the app, the only solution I could think of is a subscription model. So if you are using this awesome app actively, please subscribe so that I can actively keep improving it and giving support.
So, here are some important links for you: