Camera ICS gives users a taste of Android 4.0 on their Android phone

Camera ICS gives users a taste of Android 4.0 on their Android phone

I don’t have an Ice Cream Sandwich-powered device right now, but believe it or not, I am a big fan of the camera application that Google implemented into their latest Android version. It’s amazing and very user friendly, but unfortunately available to lucky ICS users only. Of course, this is Android we’re talking about. The developers over at Moblynx have launched an application called as Camera ICS, and it brings an “improved version of the official camera app included in Ice Cream Sandwich.” You can get this app, and the camera features that come with it, on almost any Android device.

I am running it on my Nexus One, and I am in love with this application. However, if ads bothers you, then you can get the paid version for $1.31. That low price is available for a limited time, so grab it while you can! You can download the app by using the box below. Be sure to leave a comment below, and let us know what you think about Camera ICS


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  1. Spc Hicks09
    March 05, 18:39 Reply

    How it legal to take a STOCK apk and modify it, then sell it?

    • Telekovar
      March 06, 14:35 Reply

      A lot of work went into porting it for non-ics devices

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