OneShot 1.5 is now available and includes 16:9 mode, new filters and bug fixes


OneShot, the mobile camera app with real-time filters has been updated to version 1.5 and is now available in the Windows Phone 8 Store. The app is one of the first to include the new Nokia Imaging SDK in order to allow previewing high-quality filter effects in the viewfinder.

Features of the current update are:

  • 3 new filters are available: Valencia, Amaro, Hudson
  • Aspect ratio can be changed between 16:9 and 4:3 if both are supported by the device
  • A ‘Reset settings’ button has been added to the sidebar that makes it easy to reset the current settings. This feature brings also a new ‘Reset settings’ favorite button to the app bar
  • The viewfinder’s performance has been improved by around 30% which means that you get a higher frame rate from now on

We also were busy on bug fixing to prevent the app from crashing on some device types:QRCode

  • Fixed bug that caused a crashing issue on HTC devices
  • Fixed bug when scrolling through taken images
  • Fixed bug that made the screen freeze after focussing
  • Some minor improvements and bug fixes

You can pick up the app with a free trial in the Windows Phone Store. You are able to try out every feature, but you can’t save photos to your library. The full version is available for only $1.99. It would be nice if you give it a try, it’s simple and easy to use!

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