Camera Easy Optimizes Your Windows Phone Photography
Are you a heavy shutterbug, but find your Windows Phone’s camera software somewhat lacking? XDA Forum Member mydiscogr hopes to alleviate this with Camera Easy, which promises to bring a bunch of added functionality to your camera phone. With this Metro UI-styled app, you can adjust all the essentials like resolution and zoom with ease.
The developer also mentions that by not immediately displaying the images taken, Camera Easy is optimized for taking multiple images in rapid succession. In the words of the developer:
Camera Easy is a “easy to use” and practical camera application.
No complicated settings, no unnecessary menus and submenus, all settings are fast, minimal, easy to understand, and mains of these are on camera display, to avoid unnecessary clicks.
One important feature is that once a photo is taken, camera will not display image just taken, but continue to display camera image stream, so is fast to take multiple photos. These are the main features:
– Resolution, flash, self-timer, are all on camera display
– Digital Zoom
– Local photo gallery, with multiple rename, delete… to
– Save to phone gallery button
– Sound on / sound off
– Help screen
– Metro UI
Continue on to the application thread to get started.
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