For all of you who love to take pictures and still aren't quite satisfied with the Nexus 5 camera, try Camera Awesome. The issues are obviously the software of googles camera and not the phone. Camera Awesome shoots around the same if not faster than the native app, and the quality is noticeably greater and consistent throughout the photos. There are however a few issues to warn you about. The biggest being that occasionally the app will want to capture photos with lower exposure (darker) than the preview. The quality is still there but in low light situations it makes pics sometimes unusable. The other dissapointment is the user interface is still iPhone themed. Which is ugly and confusing for android enthusiasts. Oh, and it lacks an HDR mode, but it seems to take better pics than Google's "HDR+". Tegra 4 devices get HDR, slow mo and more... So we are getting jipped but I'm sure the developer will improve the app in the future. I am just going to use both apps until I decide which is superior. There is a lot left to be desired with the Google camera. But when Camera Awesome acts correctly and doesn't mess with exposure I get nice shots that feel like better quality than the ones I can achieve with the native app. So the pros sorta out way the cons. Don't hold me responsible if you spend the three dollars and decide you don't like it after the 15 minute window. Results seem to vary, as the app supports very few flagship phones currently. If anyone knows any better camera apps to compliment the capabilities of the Nexus 5, please let me know so I may take advantage of them.