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 View Poll Results: Which one do you prefer?

Motorola App
 
55 Vote(s)
57.29%
Google App
 
37 Vote(s)
38.54%
None of these!
 
10 Vote(s)
10.42%

Google camera vs Motorola camera (APP)

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27th May 2014, 04:12 AM |#41  
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I love the Moto app for quick snaphots. Anything artistic then its the Google camera for sure.
 
 
27th May 2014, 05:02 AM |#42  
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Is there anyway to set the "2 flicks of the wrist" to launch a different default camera app, one that's downloaded from the Play store, instead of Moto's default camera?

I noticed that moto's default camera is a bit slow from the time you press the screen to take the picture to when it actually take the picture.

In comparison, my AOSP Galaxy S3's camera takes photos instantly after focus is locked. When you tap the blue shutter button the phone instantly snaps the photo, instead of waiting for the aperture blades circle animation to fill like on the Moto X
27th May 2014, 04:11 PM |#43  
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Originally Posted by jamesino

Is there anyway to set the "2 flicks of the wrist" to launch a different default camera app, one that's downloaded from the Play store, instead of Moto's default camera?

I noticed that moto's default camera is a bit slow from the time you press the screen to take the picture to when it actually take the picture.

In comparison, my AOSP Galaxy S3's camera takes photos instantly after focus is locked. When you tap the blue shutter button the phone instantly snaps the photo, instead of waiting for the aperture blades circle animation to fill like on the Moto X

Yes, but it requires root & xposed.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/moto...to-xs-t2722112
27th May 2014, 05:38 PM |#44  
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I prefer the Moto camera. The only thing they need to work on is focusing. I want to be able to touch-to-focus like with Android's camera.
31st May 2014, 03:53 PM |#45  
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I prefer the Moto camera. The only thing they need to work on is focusing. I want to be able to touch-to-focus like with Android's camera.

The drag-to-focus on the moto camera isn't too bad!
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