Android: Framelapse is a quality timelapse camera for Android users who feel left out of the release of Instagram’s “dead-simple/” Hyperlapse. While it’s not quite as streamlined as Hyperlapse, it’s the closest Android alternative to its point-and-shoot competitor.
You get moderate controls, such as frame interval, video duration and options for zoom and autofocus. The $2.99 pro version comes with exposure lock, Wizard Mode to set the frame interval automatically and other features that help streamline the process.
Your Framelapse videos are saved in MP4 format with plenty of sharing options from the gallery, including Instagram.
If you want to make Hyperlapse-style videos and don’t have the iPhone to do it, I recommend downloading Framelapse. It’s a solid alternative.
Framelapse (free/$2.99) [Google Play Store]
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