CyanogenMod has this week launched a new smartphone application called CyanogenMod Focal which has been created to improve on the stock Android camera application supplied by Google in their latest Android Jelly Bean operating system.
The new CyanogenMod Focal app is available to any users that are running the CyanogenMod custom version of Android. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the CyanogenMod Focal project and see it in action.
The new CyanogenMod Focal app supports photos, panoramic photos and video and enables you to tap anywhere to focus and sliding your finger up from the shutter button to change the mode of your app.
Another new feature included in the CyanogenMod Focal app is called PicSphere which is CyanogenMod’s answer to Google’s PhotoSphere and allows you to take 360 degree images and allows phones that don’t support Google’s PhotoSphere to take 360 degree photos.
For more information on the new CyanogenMod Focal app jump over to the CyanogenMod website for details.
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