Camera ICS+ app brings ICS camera features to non-ICS devices

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If you happen to be sporting an Android device running something other than Ice Cream Sandwich and find yourself jealous of the new camera features — you may be in luck thanks to a newly update app. That app is called Camera ICS+ and it looks like it has recently been updated to add support for devices running Android 2.2 and 2.3 as well as 3.0. Anyway, in addition to the new device support, the Camera ICS+ app is also touting other new features to include;

  • Color effects (mono,sepia,negative,…)
  • Silent mode (no shutter sound)
  • Picture quality setting (low/medium/high/ultra)
  • Video bitrate selection (normal/2x)
  • Video stabilization on/off (only 4.0)
  • 720p face effects (only 4.0)
  • Panorama mode and time-lapse video on Honeycomb tablets

Otherwise, Camera ICS+ for Android is available by way of the Android Market and comes priced at $0.99. And for those willing to put up with some ads, there is also a free version. That being said, while we can understand the free version to check things out, we cannot imagine being able to accept advertising in our camera app on a permanent basis.

Via [Android Market] and [AndroidCentral]

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