Android enthusiasts that use their devices mostly for taking pictures are likely to have various apps installed meant to enhance camera performance.
One such application, HDR Camera allows users to capture high quality HDR images in full resolution. The latest version promises even more improvements with the camera UI, as well as some bug fixes.
The update brings a brand new shutter button, as well as last shot image thumbnail. In addition, shooting by tapping arbitrary screen location has been disabled, but you can use shutter button or re-enable the option from advanced settings.
The application has been improved with proper support for landscape-oriented devices such as tablets. The following fixes have been added as well:
- Workaround for devices with incorrectly-rotated viewfinder (check 'broken vf rotation' option in advanced settings);
- Stability fixes.
HDR Camera 2.30 is now available as a free download via Google Play store and it should be fully compatible with all devices running Android 2.2 and up. Check it out here.