Microsoft’s new Hyperlapse app for Android, which turns first-person videos into smooth time-lapses, is now available for all Android phones running on KitKat or Lollipop. The app lets you load an existing video or record yourself and then creates a smooth and stable time-laps video at required speed. Time-lapse videos are much more comfortable to watch.

Microsoft’s free Hyperlapse app for Android is very simple to use and fast. Once you import a video or record a video, you can set a desired speed (from 1x to 32x times the normal speed) for the video and then creates time-lapse. You can also create Selfie lapses using your phone’s front camera. The output is smooth, stable and much more comfortable.



Hyperlapse app also lets you share your timelapse video on different social networking sites and video sites such as WhatsApp, Facebook, Google+, YouTube, Gmail, etc.

First-person time-lapse videos filmed with a handheld camera can be jerky, overlong and uncomfortable to watch. Microsoft’s Hyperlapse app solves all these issues with its free tool for Android.

Microsoft Hyperlapse tool can be downloaded free from Play store [HERE] for all phones running on Android 4.4.4 KitKat and Android 5.0 + Lollipop.

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