Microsoft Hyperlapse now works with older smartphones

Microsoft HyperlapseYou may recall that I was slightly miffed that my HTC One M7 was not compatible with Microsoft Hyperlapse, that has changed.

Typically, now that I am rocking a shiny new HTC One M9, the Hyperlapse video smoothing app has been updated and is capable of supporting older devices that were previously unable loaded with the new video software.

Microsoft Hyperlapse enables users to digitally smooth and stabilise time-lapse footage, making it much easier and smoother to view.

The latest Hyperlapse update that has been rolled out by Microsoft, extends support to older Windows Phone handsets including the Lumia 920 and Lumia 1020. As well as other devices that are running the older Window 8.0 mobile operating system.

The requirements are now:

  • Windows Phone 8.1 or higher (Phones with 512MB of RAM cannot capture at HD resolutions)
  • Android 4.4 or higher (KitKat and Lollipop)

In addition to increasing the range of supported devices, Microsoft has also extended the video recording limit allowing longer clips to be edited and smoothed using Hyperlapse.

Grab it from the Google Play Store ‘droid owners!

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