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  1. Fantastic review James. The picture viewer in particular makes it nice and easy to compare. As an android user, I've been a bit frustrated that each iteration of the iphone that comes along seems to trounce the android flagships. The gap now is smaller than ever, but..... well there's another iphone coming in the next few months, so who knows how that'll change the game. I'm currently rocking a Z2. I use the dedicated shutter button all the time and make sure to half press to focus, wait til I get the shot I want, and then do a full shutter press to get the shot. I find it works will (esp. for kids!). I had a G2 up until not too long ago and for me it was a good example of how OIS could ruin shots instead of help them. The shutter would open for far too long (I guess it was thinking "Waaahey OIS!!") and any pics of the kids taken in less than perfectly light would come out as a blurry mess.
  2. Sorry to bother you again, but is there any chance you could rate the app in the app store (and maybe even leave a review!)? Thanks.
  3. Ah that's great! Thanks for the feedback. Let me know if there's anything you'd like to see in future versions. Oh, and spread the word!
  4. I've just released a free app to the app store which enables the user to create a nice animated transition gif between two images - a "before" and an "after" image. The user chooses (or snaps) a "before" image, which appears as a transparent overlay on top of the camera viewfinder so that you can perfectly align the "after" image before taking it. Here's an example of a couple of gifs produced by the application Play store listing: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dallapps.lite Please try it out and let me know what you think! All feedback would be greatly appreciated.
  5. Does it have the best camera you have ever used on a smartphone (not counting that nokia 404 thing)? If it does (or if it even comes close), how can the verge list the camera as one of the negative points?
  6. I wonder how many people will hold out for a 32GB Nexus 4. It's gotta be coming out a few months after the first batch, right?!
  7. Some people might argue that it's because The Cloud is reducing dependency on local storage. This is, of course, complete nonsense. Some android games these days take up about 1.5gb of storage. Also, if I take a photo/video I would like it to be backed up to the cloud, but i'd still like a copy on my phone that I can look at.
  8. You don't think you'd regret only having 8gb storage? In fact, it's not even 8gb, probably more like 6gb which you can actually use. 8gb will be no time in filling up (for me anyway)
  9. With only 8gb of storage on board, it flipping better be cheap!
  10. The no microsd is a complete joke. There'd be no EASIER way to one-up the competition than just sticking a flipping micro-sd slot. Also, starting at a paltry 8gb, I mean come on. For a flagship phone?
  11. That point would be more valid if Apple hadn't just gone and changed the iPhone to 16:9 aspect ratio.
  12. I agree that those are crazy prices, but according to The Register, you get a free bolt-on if you take 4g: " For starters, those signing up can choose one of three bundles: Music, Gaming or Live TV. That's either a free subscription to music service Deezer for groove-inclined mobile users, two games a month for the roaming button basher, or access to EE's exclusive telly service for travelling gogglebox addicts. The latter provides streams of up to 19 channels including Eurosport and Cartoon Network.Adventure Time on your phone… mathematical." Now, if you were going to get deezer anyway (a tenner a month), you could effectively take 10 pounds off the tariffs above, no? Mightn't sound so bad. Still not for me though (i've got the smallest pockets you've ever seen)
  13. Promo vid here: Seems to be showing some sort of face whitening feature?!
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