Microsoft updates Hyperlapse for Android, 1080p and SD card support on tap

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From Skype, Outlook, and even to Cortana, there are a variety of Microsoft apps currently available in Android's Google Play Store. Microsoft Hyperlapse Mobile is a great example of one of these apps, as it allows you to create smooth and stabilized time lapse videos straight from your favorite Android device. The app has been in the store since around last summer, and today it is getting several improvements in the form of an update.


Along with the usual big fixes, this update brings the app to version 1.7.2016.0320. Here's what's new:

  • The update makes your hyperlapses even better, as it brings support for saving them in 1080p on supported devices.
  • Saving hyperlapses gets better too--the update now allows you to save your creations to SD storage on compatible devices.
  • Support for the Nexus 5 gets improvments in the update as well.
  • The update has fixed a known orientation issue.

And so, if you're currently using this app, go ahead and press the update button! If not, you can check it out at the link below.

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