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Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by Clevo89, Nov 7, 2011.

  1. Clevo89

    Clevo89 Well-Known Member
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    Finally have an array of Camera/Photography/editor apps I'm happy with. I've tried and tested a few.

    I've settled on:

    The stock Camera for quick shots

    Camera 360: The camera takes better shots than the stock so I use this for composed shots

    Befunky Photo editor: I really really like this editor even though I needed to install Adobe Air for it to work. I don't remember reading this aspect when downloading AA but glad I did.

    Some questions:

    Is adobe air considered bloatware?

    Camera 360: I downloaded and installed the free version from the Android Market. I'm nagged to buy the full version and would be glad to. The nag has a link to Google Market. I click the link and the Android market opens to the free version. A search on the AM doesn't offer me the paid version. Anyone know why not?

    Canera 360: Does anyone know a way to take a photo in normal mode then re-importing in Camera 360 to use the effects? I normally get my head around software pretty quick but this has me stumped. I figured you're not really meant to do that...which would be a shame and a drawback to an otherwise pretty good picture taker.

    Thanks for your halp
     

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  3. Clevo89

    Clevo89 Well-Known Member
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    Thanks Harry.... any ideas why the paid version was removed from the market? Nothing on the Dev's website as far as I could see as to the reasons why. I'm reluctant to buy things not from the market
     
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    Found no hints, for iPhone it seens avaliable, maybe a question of time being for Android :)

    EDIT: This link above, I meant it only for info ;)

    Harry
     
  5. Clevo89

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    Thanks again Harry


    There was an update available for Camera360 and the developers acknowledged that there was a problem with the paid version listing on the Android market.
     
  6. Harry2

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    Today I read Adobe will cancel the flash player for mobile and going on with Adobe Air and HTML5.
    So Air is acting as a kind of more modern flash in your app ... you lucky devil :)

    Harry
     

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