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Paper Camera, one of the most successful camera apps on the Android Market, got an update to version 2.0 today. You may remember our preview of version 2.0 earlier this month, 2.0 being the update which promised to add video capability to the already awesome app. Well, JFDP Labs LTD has made good on that promise, and thrown in a few other tweaks as well.

At the moment, only the Galaxy Nexus, Galaxy SII, Galaxy Note, Droid 3, and Transformer Prime have official video support, but JFDP advises that other devices "might have some degree of support."

Besides added video capabilities, Paper Camera has also received support for Android Beam, allowing users to transfer images seamlessly between devices powered by Ice Cream Sandwich. Paper Camera also stores photos and videos in separate folders now, adding a bit of organization to your novelty gallery.

If you're already a fan of Paper Camera, just click below and grab the update. If you haven't experienced the fun of Paper Camera yet, though, it's definitely worth checking out, and is well worth its $1.99 price point.

Thanks, Wayne!

Liam Spradlin
Liam loves Android, design, user experience, and travel. He doesn't love ill-proportioned letter forms, advertisements made entirely of stock photography, and writing biographical snippets.

  • http://www.cricketusers.com Keri

    It says it's $1.93... Mistake or what?

  • Jeremy

    I'm using a galaxy nexus and I can't figure out how to switch to video mode. Can someone tell me how?

    • hldc1

      Click and hold the top-left corner of the screen for a couple seconds. The camera icon at the bottom-right corner of the screen will change. App definitely needs a better way to switch between camera and video.

  • Lorenzo in a Benzo

    Damn, have this from Amazon but it has not been updated in Amazon Market yet :(

  • http://jfdplabs.com Dado

    Hi guys,

    Dado from JFDP Labs,
    we have enabled video for all ICS 4.0+ devices just now, and adding support to devices like the RAZR and Sony Experia Pro, please write to us if video works well on your phone, so we can enable it. Really appreciate it. A couple of notes:

    - App will be uploaded on Amazon as well, it just takes a bit longer to pass their submission.
    - NFC it's just required for Android Beam, a new 4.0 feature, we don't do anything strange with it, we just synchronise paper camera settings, and if a device hasn't got Paper Camera installed we present the market page, that's it. We might add more interesting stuff in the future for this technology.

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