I’ve used Lapse It for a long time. I didn’t use it often enough to buy the Pro version though. I discovered an app named Droid Timelapse the other day, and I love it. Droid Timelapse is developed by Neximo Labs.
Droid Timelapse has a really nice user interface. It’s also got a lot of features that you don’t get in the free version of Lapse It.
If you want to take a time-lapse photo now and then, I’d definitely suggest Droid Timelapse. Lots of features, it’s free, has no ads, and has awesome reviews on the Play Store.
There’s a pro version of Droid Timelapse as well. It allows recording with the screen off and allows you to set custom capture rate intervals, up to 24 hours. It’s tempting to buy the pro version just to support development, but I really don’t use the app often. Maybe a few times a year when there’s some cool clouds rolling overhead.
I’ve included a gallery of screenshots below, but you’ll have to be viewing the full article to see them, they won’t show up on the front page.
If you’re reading this post, chances are you’ve landed here looking for my CyanogenDefy Mirror. I’ve stopped maintaining that mirror as I no longer use my Motorola Defy, that phone has been given to my daughter. I recently got a Nexus 4, so I’ve been running a Nexus 4 Mirror instead.
I recently switched from Dreamhost to FlipHost, and in the transition I didn’t bother moving all the files that were on the CyanogenDefy Mirror. There was something like 20GB worth of ROM’s there, something I didn’t want to move if not absolutely necessary.
So, if you’re here looking for builds from Quarx2k or other stuff for your Motorola Defy, I’m sorry to disappoint you.
I wrote a post a couple months ago asking Flickr why they can’t add automatic photo upload to their Android app. Today, Yahoo made a lot of updates to Flickr, along with their purchase of Tumblr, but that’s a whole other story.
The new Flickr Android app interface is definitely better than it was. But it’s still missing the one key feature that it needs, and that’s automatic photo uploading. Dropbox does it, Google+ does it, there’s even third party apps to do this with Flickr, even though none seem to work any longer.
I managed to kind of sync my phone photos to Flickr. It involves using Ifttt, copying my photos to a specific public Dropbox folder, and telling Ifttt to send all photos in that folder to Flickr. Not the best solution but it’s all I’ve got for now.
Yahoo, please, please add automatic photo uploading in the next version of your Android app. I’m literally begging you. Flickr is supposed to be the place that ALL my photos end up, but that can’t be until you implement automatic photo uploading.
I’ve been a Pro member for at least 7 years. The least you can do is hook me up with a much needed feature.