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Focal camera from CyanogenMod makes its way to the Play Store

Focal App

The Focal camera app from CyanogenMod has made its way to the Google Play Store as a free download. The app is still a Beta version, so don’t expect it to be fully stable on all devices just yet. The app is compatible with smartphones running on Android 4.2 or higher, so people with Android 4.1 or lower will certainly feel left out.

Focal camera has been the default camera on the latest builds of CyanogenMod, so users aware of the team and its custom ROM will be familiar with the app. However, this version appears to be a little more advanced as it packs some more features. All the default Android 4.2 camera features are in place including the likes of PhotoSphere (known as PicSphere). The app also brings support for burst shots which is unheard of for a stock Android device, but quite common with OEM skinned smartphones like the Galaxy S4 or the HTC One. The developer has stressed on the Beta part so don’t expect anything miraculous from the app.

Focal App 1

Source: Google Play Store

Via: Android Police

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