Dark Red Camera Mod for Android
Not too long ago, we published an article about a modified version of the Camera app and the 3D Gallery for Android devices. Well, XDA member adam2010 is back again with yet another mod to add to this, now growing, collection. The whole thing is done on a black background with red and green menu options, giving your Android camera app a completely different look and feel than anything you may be used to in Android (or mobile devices in general). To be more precise, it gives the feeling of looking through the viewfinder in a modern DSLR camera.
If you enjoyed the original mod, make sure to test this one and leave feedback for the dev.
Dark Red Cam is here! You can Download it at the bottom of the page. It is Also in Market (hidden).
Please reply to last page so I can send u the CM camera for testing!
You can find more information in the mod thread.
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