Earlier today, Microsoft unveiled Hyperlapse, an app for Windows Phone, Windows PCs, and Android devices, according to PhoneScoop. Android’s version is currently a beta for now. Catch a video of Hyperlapse here.
The app can stabilize unsteady footage or create fast-moving time-lapse videos with playback speeds between 1x and 32x. Existing video files can be imported from the device’s camera roll.
Importantly, if you’d like to use Hyperlapse on your Android, there are some tasks you must do. First, you need to join the Microsoft Hyperlapse Mobile for Android Preview community on Google+. Next, become a tester by vising this link. Finally, wait 10 minutes to two hours as the Play Store replicates permissions. Click the second link again and follow the subsequent download link to install apps from the Play Store.
For now, the app only works on the following devices running Android 4.4 or later:
- Samsung Galaxy S5, S6, S6 Edge, and Note 4
- Google Nexus 5 and 6, Nexus 9 tablet
- HTC One M8 and M9
- Sony Xperia Z3