Tuesday, 12 November 2013

Google Nexus 5 Camera [TWEAK]

Google has been creating waves yet again with their recently launched Nexus 5 running on the new Android 4.4, KitKat with the two most talked about things being its camera and the other exciting features that the latest Android variant has to offer. Even though the Nexus 5 has a fairly decent shooter, it is still not as good as those found in the Samsung Galaxy S4 and the Note 3. For those who have already purchased a Nexus 5 and/if they haven’t been impressed with its camera need not to be worried about anything. Our friends at XDA are currently working on a new camera app that promises to add a host of new features and at the same time also improves the camera’s overall performance. Here’s a quick look at what we should expect to see with the new camera app update:
  • Sound Recording now in Stereo with the secondary Mic
  • Faster Focusing for the camera
  • Front Camera also records 720P Videos@ 20 Mb/s
  • Front camera Audio Bitrate@ 192000 Kb/s
  • AntiBanding default set to 50Hz
  • Focus Range Adjusted
  • Enhanced Smooth Zoom
  • Turned Edge Enhancement ON
For those of you who have already rooted their devices can head on over to the XDA forum, choose your desired zip file and download the pack. So how did you like the new camera experience ? Do share in your experiences with us.
Note: Kindly download and install the app entirely at your own risk. TAP would not be held eligible for any damage   done to the device during/after the installation.