Microsoft’s Hyperlapse for Android is out of beta – AllAndroidNews.com

Friday, 17 July 2015 11:18:49

Microsoft is letting all Android users access its Hyperlapse video app in the Google Play Store. The app was previously offered as a closed beta in May.

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Saturday, 18 July 2015 10:00:21

Back in May Microsoft introduced one of its interesting new software projects – the Hyperlapse app. It offers a convenient and user-friendly way to build beautiful video sequenced with a hyperlapse effect. The app was originally developed for Windows Phone, along with an advanced paid version for Windows PC – Microsoft Hyperlapse Pro. However, the development team was nice enough to port everything over to Android as well. Now the said app is finished, has shed its beta tag and is available for free through the Play Store.

Friday, 17 July 2015 20:29:16

A couple of months ago, Microsoft released an app called Hyperlapse for Android devices. The idea was to allow the creation of timelapse videos, which at the same time offered up video recording with added stability. The app was launched as a beta but the good news is that if you couldn’t get in or didn’t want in on the beta, you can now download the full app.

Friday, 17 July 2015 10:46:08

Microsoft started a beta test for its Hyperlapse video app a while back, but today it’s out of beta and ready for download. This app takes a boring video and speeds it up into a clean time lapse clip. It doesn’t have a ton of settings to play with, but most of the magic is automatic.

Friday, 17 July 2015 20:00:40

When Instagram released Hyperlapse last year, Android users felt aggrieved when the social network said there wasn’t going to be an Android version. Luckily, Microsoft stepped in with an app of its own, promising to pretty much offer what iOS…

Friday, 17 July 2015 13:18:11

Microsoft’s Hyperlapse video recording application for Android has finally shed its ‘beta’ tag and is now available for all to download.

Friday, 17 July 2015 15:21:35

Now that it’s out of beta, Microsoft Hyperlapse for Android is even easier to connect with and start making some smooth time-lapse videos.

Friday, 17 July 2015 13:01:41

Microsoft has been introducing more and more apps to the Android operating system to help expand their reach to more consumers in addition to their set of other offerings. Back during May of this year Microsoft introduced a preview version of their upcoming Hyperlapse for mobile devices which allowed users to modify their video capture […]

Friday, 17 July 2015 11:47:23

Back in March, we reported that Cortana, Microsoft’s Google Now and Siri competitor, would be coming to Android and iOS. While it’s not officially available, a beta version of the…

Saturday, 18 July 2015 06:18:32

We tried the early version of the Cortana app for Android on the Nexus 5, and the assistant seemed to work without any glitches.

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