SmugMug released Camera Awesome for Android just about a month ago. And since that point we have seen a few updates, with the latest having just entered the Play Store this morning. The update brings the app to v1.0.3 and with that bump in the number comes a list of items dealing with a variety of smartphones.
The update includes some bits for the Nexus 5 and Moto X as well as several others from Samsung including the Galaxy S III, Galaxy S 4, Galaxy Note II and Galaxy Note III. The specifics vary from device to device and beginning with the Nexus 5 -- this update adds auto-focus and exposure fixes for those running 4.4.1 or later. As for the Moto X, those with 4.4 or later can expect to see support for split focus and exposure.
All four of the Samsung devices are getting HDR support with this latest Camera Awesome update. The S 4, Note 3, and "some" Galaxy S III handsets will get support for exposure lock. Otherwise, aside from these device specifics, there are also a handful of other items included with this latest update. To begin with, Android users should not have any trouble setting Camera Awesome as their default lock screen camera app.
There is also some fixes for sharing to Twitter as well as some general, and unspecified, performance and stability improvements. Looking back, the previous update improved the launch performance, reduced the overall application size and added the ability to save images and videos to an external memory card.
As always, the latest version of Camera Awesome can be grabbed from the Play Store.