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Microsoft's Hyperlapse app for Android sheds its 'beta' tag, now available for all
Back in May, Microsoft released a video recording application to the Google Play Store called Hyperlapse, which allows you to take beautiful time-lapse videos on your mobile device. Even though the company has been adding support more and more devices over the past few months, it’s finally time for the app to come out of beta for all to download.
Microsoft’s Hyperlapse allows you to either capture or upload normal videos and speed them up to 32x their normal rate. Using the company’s impressive video processing technology, the app not only speeds up each video, but also takes out most of the shakes and stumbles that your smartphone captures when recording a video.
There’s a web version available, too. If you’d like to upload additional footage that’s not kept on your smartphone, you can download the Hyperlapse Pro preview app for the desktop.
If you’ve been waiting for a good way to record time-lapse videos on Android and don’t have access to Instagram’s Hyperlapse app on iOS, you should definitely give this app a try. It’s available in the Google Play Store for devices running Android 4.4 KitKat and above, and can be downloaded for free.