Samsung has stated that with the new S6 and S6 Edge you will "not have to worry about battery life again" with their new faster charging. Just ten minutes of charging will allow for four hours of basic usage and a fully charged device should last you for 13 hours of video viewing. During the unpacked event, Gregory Wade said, “we didn't want to have a built-in battery until we were absolutely sure users would be comfortable.” Well, it appears...
Level up Your Mobile Photos with CameraAce
Are you looking for a new camera app that does just a little bit more than the average camera app? If so, you may wish to check out XDA Forum Member bottomup32‘s app CameraAce. With so many different options available for camera apps, is CameraAce actually any good? As evidenced by being awarded the “Korea Mobile App Award” from the Korean Ministry of Science, the app is quite useful.
To appease the hipsters out there, CameraAce incorporates your standard gamut of photo filters. Big deal, right? There are already quite a few hipster-friendly apps out there ever since Instagram paved the way for their existence. This app, however, also incorporates several unique features not readily seen elsewhere.
One quite useful feature seemingly unique to CameraAce is how it lets you sort your photos as you shoot them. If you’re a trigger-happy shutter bug, you undoubtedly have thousands upon thousands of images currently residing on your device’s storage card. While this isn’t an issue in terms of storage space thanks to the large storage capacities in most modern devices, actually doing something useful with the photos quickly becomes a nightmare when you try to wade through your shots at a reasonable pace. In addition, CameraAce also supports adding annotations to your photos, and is fully compatible with S-Pen on newer pen-enabled Samsung devices. However, even those without S-Pen can scribble freely on their shots using this app.
You can get started by taking a quick trip to the application thread.
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