Burst-shot is a camera feature that has made its way into several high-end Android handsets, like the HTC One X for instance. However if you own a low-mid ranged Android phone but you want to get in on the burst-shot fun as well, fret not as you will not have to resort to buying a new phone. Thanks to developer Sprintfish, an app called “Fast Burst Camera” will apparently be bringing burst-shot to pretty much any Android device. According to its developer, the app is capable of taking 30 shots per second (although on low-end phones 5-10 photos is a more realistic expectation). For those wondering what the big deal burst-shot is, well if you’re the type that likes to capture things in the moment but you hate having blurry photos, burst-shot will be able to get rid of that for you. It basically snaps a bunch of photos in quick succession and you will be able to choose the best photo out of the bunch, or create an animated picture if you so choose. If this sounds like an app you wouldn’t mind having, pop on over to the XDA forums for the links and the details.
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