Camera ICS is an interesting and very useful application available on Google Play that you can get for free. A paid version named Camera ICS+ is also available that is Ad free but I guess free version should serve the purpose for most people. Apparently this app is basically a direct rip of the AOSP version of the camera app from the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. So it supports all the interesting features that are available in the AOSP Android 4.0.3 flavor. It also means that this is most useful for the devices which don’t have stock ICS camera app Read More >


After such a long wait Google and Samsung finally released the Samsung Galaxy Nexus in a media event in Hong Kong with the retail availability expected in November. This also marks it as the first device to get the Ice Cream Sandwich love which for sure will be followed by the other popular devices. By now most us already know that Galaxy Nexus supports some impressive specs ranging from the gigantic 4.6-inch Super AMOLED HD screen, to the 1.2 GHz processor from Texas Instruments. Device also supports 1GB of RAM, 32 GB of storage NFC capability among a host of Read More >

iPhone 4S

iPhone 4S is current best iOS based smartphone available despite the fact that many users expected a bit more from Apple this time in the form of new iPhone 5 considering the delayed launch and also growing competition form Android based smartphones. But that didn’t happen – in the end what we are left with is an evolutionary product in the form of iPhone 4S with the same smaller screen size, same design, no LTE, same low 512MB of on-board RAM and list goes on and on… However, its not to say that iPhone 4S was complete disappointment as there Read More >

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iOS 5 includes enhancements to the Camera application as well, and one of the most exciting enhancements include the ability to use the physical volume buttons to take the snapshots – finally! However, most of us are of course not on the iOS 5 beta, and still using the iOS 4.x. For those people there is a very nice jailbreak tweak available in Cydia that provides this functionality. Tweak I am referring to is called SnapTap that allows to use the physical volume buttons to snap the pictures rather than the usual touch on the screen button. SnapTap works with Read More >


Sony Ericsson Xperia Play is portable handheld gaming smartphone running the Android 2.3 (Gingerbread). It supports Qualcomm 1 GHz Scorpion (Snapdragon) CPU and Adreno 205 GPU. In addition supports a large 4 inch screen and a 5.1 MP rear facing camera. So, in summary device is quite suitable for the playing latest mobile games. However, if you want to make a more fluent use of the camera on the Xperia Play you might be interested in nice little hack available on Android Market that mods the phone camera by fixing some small menu positioning issues, increased font size, and MOST Read More >


Hi Samsung Galaxy S2 (SII) lovers out there you must be feeling overloaded with flurry of hacks that are popping out for our beloved Samsung super phone, today we have another great hack for you guys that will allow to boost the audio/video quality of the already great 8MP camera on your device! We know that SG2 camera that can take great stills and videos both at 720p and 1080p. But you know there is always margin for the improvements. now an XDA forum member Potatoman has come up with a really great hacked camera application that improves on the Read More >


Traditionally iPhone 3GS video recording capability is limited to VGA 640×480 resolution, although 5.0 MP image sensor installed on the iPhone 3GS supports much higher capability. 720p high definition recording is something that is reserved for the newer generation iPhone 4. Thanks to a clever hack it is actually possible to enable HD recording on the iPhone 3GS. I am sure some you might be thinking that is not something new because this tweak has been known for quite some time. However, the original tweak was only working till iOS 4.2.x. As users started to migrate to the newer iOS Read More >


Here is a quick tip for the Samsung Galaxy S2 users that want to make the camera silent. Good point is that this technique doesn’t delete anything on the phone and is pretty simple to follow. Involves only adding a one line of code to a file. So, here you go: Step 1: First check that if there is a file called "local.prop" exist in the /data/ folder (i.e. "/data/local.prop"). Step 2: In case this file doesn’t exist then create one. Step 3: Open the file and add the following line: Step 4: Now reboot the SG2 and camera Read More >


As we have seen a rapid increase in the use of iPhone camera by it’s users to take photos and even capture some quick video clips, on some special occasion, or just when going outside for a fun party etc. In that sense, iPhone camera has replaced the traditional point & shoot cameras that people used to carry around. There are mainly two reasons for this trend. First iPhone is lightweight and easier carry around than most other dedicated point&shoot cameras (and of course it is a smartphone also!). While the second reason I think is that the recent iPhone Read More >


iPhone 4 camera includes a technology that many of its users might not know about which contributes significantly to its higher image quality and used rather rarely in mobile-phone/ smart-phone cameras. This technology is called Back Side Illumination (BSI) and was highlighted as one of the key features of the iPhone 4 camera back many months back when Steve Jobs was announcing the iPhone 4 to the world. BSI technology basically allows the image sensor in the camera to capture more light when taking a snapshot which ultimately helps to increase the image sensor sensitivity. High image sensor sensitivity enhances Read More >

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