Android: Framelapse is a quality timelapse camera for Android users who feel left out of the release of Instagram’s "dead-simple" Hyperlapse.
While Framelapse isn’t quite as streamlined as Hyperlapse, it’s the closest Android alternative to its point and shoot competitor. You get moderate controls, such as frame interval, video duration and options for zoom and autofocus. With the $2.99 pro version comes exposure lock, Wizard Mode to set the frame interval automatically, and other features that help streamline the process.
Your Framelapse videos are saved in mp4 format with plenty of sharing options from the gallery, including Instagram.
If you want to make Hyperlapse-style videos and don’t have the iPhone to do it, I recommend downloading Framelapse. It’s pretty easy to get the hang of and overall a great, though more complex, alternative.
The popular smartwatch has skimmed its way to UK shores. Both the Pebble and Pebble Steel are now available for purchase without having to pay out to cover import fees (thanks to stock shipping from within the EU). Consumers are able to pick up their own Pebble from participating retailers.
The nice thing about traveling for work is that you can hop in a taxi without worrying about the cost since, after all, you’re not picking up the tab. The downside of that privilege is that, about a week or two after that, you’ll have to sit down and tediously justify your expenditure to your boss. That’s not a problem, however, if your company has signed up with Uber for Business, which sends the bills straight to the firm instead of piling on your own credit card. Until now, however, that service was only available in the US and Canada, with a few trials taking place in the UK and France. As you might have guessed from the headline, today’s the day that the company opens up Uber for Business to all of the 45 countries in which it operates. Now all we have to do is work out if we can pretend that our hand slipped and we hit the Uber Lux button by mistake.
Also, Samsung faces GapGate controversy, Grooveshark guilty of copyright infringement, Spotify launches in Canada, and Jeff Goldblum sells LED lightbulbs. Windows 10: One OS To Rule Them All Microsoft has revealed its future plans for Windows, previewing the all-encompassing Windows 10. The biggest surprise is the name, with Windows 9 being skipped in favor of the more-momentous sounding Windows 10. The rest is pretty much as expected, with the various leaks in recent months giving away much of Microsoft’s strategy in making the world fall in love with Windows once again. Windows 10 will run across multiple devices, from desktops…
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