Thursday , June 21 2018

VSCO Cam receives an update to version 3.1

VSCO

VSCO Cam for Android has received an update this week, which takes it up to version 3.1, bringing improved camera features and image quality, along with auto launch to camera and split focus on selected HTC devices.

The update also brings with it an updated UI, along with a new synchronisation feature, which allows you to shoot and edit across all your devices. The full list of what the updates brings include:

  • Sync feature allows shooting and editing across devices
  • Updated camera
  • Improved image quality
  • Enhancements to stability and performance
  • Split focus exposure on select HTC devices
  • Auto launch to camera option
  • Improved store experience
  • Updated UI/UX

The update is rolling out now and is the app in general is available to most devices running android 4.0 (Ice-Cream Sandwich) and upwards. You can click the link below to get the update or to just download the app and try it out for yourself.

VSCO
VSCO
Developer: VSCO
Price: Free+
Source: VSCO Blog.

Alex Dennis   Journalist

By day, Alex works within the Industrial Relations field/occupation but by night and in his spare down time he searches the net for anything and everything relating to Android and Chrome related products and news.

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Luke Vesty

With Android’s new camera API I have a feeling we’re going to see big things from developers over the coming months. VSCO Cam should hopefully lead the charge. I absolutely love their app.

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Beware huge battery drain keeps the gps on consistently. Drained my battery to 40% in 3 hours

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