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comment Should I build camera functionality into a photo sharing app or let the user use the device camera app they would already be familiar with?
sharing will happen with my sharing service, but just for the community. every user will of course be able to share his activity on other social networks, but primary goal is to have my service that will support this.
Feb
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comment Should I build camera functionality into a photo sharing app or let the user use the device camera app they would already be familiar with?
Yes I think I will go with built in app, or whatever user wants to use.
Feb
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comment Should I build camera functionality into a photo sharing app or let the user use the device camera app they would already be familiar with?
I know that, that is why I am thinking about this. I think I'll probably go with intents since at the moment I think I should put all energy towards building a great app for sharing (around this idea) rather then to compete with specialist apps for photo taking which would probably take away my time.
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comment Should I build camera functionality into a photo sharing app or let the user use the device camera app they would already be familiar with?
True, but I am aiming at people who like and practice photography. I am not going for a blog feel that Instagram and for example Tumblr have. I want to provide the user with portrait, landscape and square formats. Landscape and portrait is provided by standard app, square I would have to edit and also if user uses some other photo taking app that is "advanced" in some way then I would also have to compete with that. Let's say that the picture you shave would probably have to be made new.
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asked Should I build camera functionality into a photo sharing app or let the user use the device camera app they would already be familiar with?