Previously I told you Microsoft’s digital assistant for Android had leaked (you can read my impressions by clicking on this link), and now the Redmond company has released a new photography app for the same platform.
Hyperlapse Mobile, available for smartphones and tablets with Android 4.4 or above, lets you record videos with a “super fast” frame rate.
All you have to do is open the app, and either record a new video or import an existing video on your device.
Microsoft Hyperlapse Android
The app will prepare the camera (front or back, you choose) once you decide to record, and just press the red button on the screen to start your video.
Once you finish recording, select the rate (2x up to 32x) and let Hyperlapse work its magic. I just recorded myself talking, and Hyperlapse changes the rate on the video to make it look like I’m speaking on super-fast pace.
You can also import a video from your library and add a Hyperlapse effect. Hyperlapse then enables you to share your creations on Twitter, Facebook and Whatsapp.
Microsoft’s new Android app will sure have people recording ultra-fast videos. Did you like Hyperlapse Mobile?