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If you want to make a high quality 4K timelapse on your Android smartphone, you will definitely want to use the Camera FV-5 as it comes with intervalometer (that automatically takes photos for the interval you set). There are apps that make timelapse videos for you but the quality you get out of them will be nowhere near doing it this way by taking our photos then post-process them with desktop software Adobe Effects. And if your Android smartphone supports RAW images (like LG G4, OnePlus One, Nexus 5/6), you will have more control over your images in your final edit, even remove noise from low-light shots.
This morning I got up and found that the OnePlus Two invites are HERE! If you have been following HighOnAndroid.com since last year, you may remember how OnePlus One invite system sucked. Well, this year, the invite system is a bit different. For those of you who sign up early, you will be able to get your hands on the OnePlus Two simply by signing up.
I have been shopping around for a new steadicam for my Panasonic GH4 so I can add stable motion to my 4K YouTube videos. Well, recently I happened to watch DroidModder Shane’s YouTube video on a smartphone gimbal stabilizer. I did a few hours of research on Amazon and YouTube trying to find the best smartphone stabilizer on the market with good reviews and good real footage.
So, you want to make a cool hyperlapse video with your Android device or DSLR/mirrorless camera?
For those of you who have bought a new smartphone or own one with RAW image capabilities (LG G4, Galaxy S6 with Android 5.1.1, Nexus 5/6), you may want to know that you can do much more with RAW images then standard JPEG (JPG) image files.So, what is the difference between RAW and JPEG?
Probably my favorite Android game of all time is The Battle Cats. Although I try to stay away from games as I have very addictive personality and would not get anything done playing games, I was introduced to this game by my daughter Peony who plays a ton of games on her Galaxy S4 running Resurrection Remix ROM.
Xposed Installer is an essential app required to run various different Xposed Modules/Apps to add extra functionality to your Android device such as enabling tablet mode using Xposed App Settings, cloaking root through Root Cloak, or cheat in Pokemon Go using Pokemon Go Hack. In fact, some of you use it so much that you even refuse to upgrade to Lollipop. Xposed Installer has actually been available for awhile now and they actually work for most Android devices on Lolllipop including Android 5.0, 5.0.1, 5.0.2, 5.1, and 5.1.1.
It’s probably near impossible to get your hands on the limited edition of Avengers Iron Man Galaxy S6 (which supposedly sold for almost $91K USD) but I have some good news for you. In my recent visit to South Korea, I spotted Avengers cases for Galaxy S6 (comes with Iron Man, Hulk, Thor, or Captain America) along with Avengers Wireless Charger that is Captain America’s shield.
When Amazon Echo arrived on my doorsteps the day before my vacation to Asia, I decided to take it with me so I can do an unboxing video. After thinking awhile about making a creative unboxing video, I had stumbled upon timelapse/stop-motion videos. Well, this is my first stop-motion unboxing video and I hope you guys like it!
Many people have asked me in the past about how to setup a VPN (Virtual Private Network) to do various things like accessing Netflix/Pandora outside the U.S., installing apps on Play Store only available to U.S., and making their internet traffic encrypted and anonymized. Whatever the case, I had the first hand experience to test out VPN outside the U.S. recently in my vacation to Thailand, which is a great test spot as it’s located on the other side of the earth (actually it’s located between the sun and earth).
I am constantly searching for the best wireless stereo earbuds/headphones for my Android devices as I am an avid listener of drum and bass and literally from the moment I wake up, I am bumpin’ Pandora all day long. Before I tried the SoundPeats QY7, I was using the LG Tone+ Wireless Headsets, which was also an eye openting experience when I got them couple months back.
I finally got my hands on the LG G4 Quick Circle case and have been using it for almost a week now. And boy, if you have an LG G4 you should definitely get one of these as they make your phone complete. Without it, I feel like the LG G4 is missing its core feature, the quick circle screen.