Moment Stories March 3
Moment Stories February 29
This week, Moment announced that it would be pulling the plug on its Android app, “Pro Camera.” Why? Because of Android’s fragmentation. In the time since, I’ve seen countless people complain that Moment just isn’t trying hard enough or that it can’t be that complicated.
Instead of just telling you that I think they’re justified in this decision, I think it’s easier to just show you how complicated the situation has become for Moment Pro Camera on Android.
Moment Stories February 28
The cameras in our smartphones have gotten incredibly good, but most of them are designed to just press a button and capture without any manual controls. Alongside its physical lenses, Moment has been working on its Pro Camera app for over two years now, but the company has just announced it will be shutting down the app on Android.
Moment Stories February 5
Moment Stories November 26, 2019
Wide-angle photography is becoming increasingly more popular on smartphones thanks to the wide availability of ultra-wide-angle lenses. Google’s Pixel 4 doesn’t offer that natively, but you can add it with the help of a Moment lens and lately I’ve been testing out the company’s brand new 14mm fisheye lens with the phone.
Moment Stories July 1, 2019
Moment Pro Camera app for Android adds ‘de-squeeze’ for anamorphic videos
Moment lenses are a great way to improve photography and videography on your smartphone, but the company’s Android app has always been just a bit behind the iOS version. One feature from the Moment Pro Camera app that’s finally arriving on Android in the latest update is the ability to save anamorphic videos with the “de-squeeze” effect in place.