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Google’s Lens Blur vs. HTC’s UFocus

With the new Google Camera app, we gain a feature that’s become handy on the HTC One (M8). Lens Blur, or UFocus on the new One, gives us the chance to blur everything surrounding our focal point, creating a silhouette of sorts. Which is better, though — the dual-camera UFocus, or Google’s own Lens Blur? We go head-to-head to find out.

Samsung Galaxy S5 camera: out of the box basics

Similar to what we did with the HTC One (M8), we are going to offer an out-of-the-box look at the Galaxy S5 camera setup. This includes a tour of the camera interface and some of the available options and settings. But while the different modes and settings can be helpful -- we feel there are plenty of users that simply take pictures and record video with little thought in regards to the settings.

Frontback for Android comes out of beta, ready for download

Frontback has announced their app has come out of beta for Android. The popular iOS app has been in the works for Android for some time, with a beta group working out the final bugs. Frontback is apparently happy with their product, and is bringing the app to photo and selfie junkies alike.

Google Camera app arrives in the Play Store

Google has released another app in the Play Store this morning. This latest is Google Camera, which is available for devices running Android 4.4 Kit Kat. The setup appears identical to what you would find on a Nexus or Google Play edition device and brings features to include Photo Spheres.

HTC One (M8) Dual Lens SDK released for developers

HTC has released an SDK allowing developers to take advantage of the Duo Camera. The SDK is already available by way of the HTC Dev site and means developers will be able to "tap into the power of the Duo Camera" on the One (M8). This is the HTC Dual Lens SDK Preview, which includes two APIs.
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