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Turbo Camera reaches 250K downloads, celebrates by going on sale

Turbo Camera for Windows Phone

Turbo Camera is a neat camera app for your Windows Phone that delivers high speed shutter performance and allows you to convert your images into an animated .gif file.  The burst mode reaches as high as 30 frames per second on some Windows Phones. The app recently passed the 250,000 download mark and in celebration, the developer has lowered the price to $.99.

Turbo Camera normally runs $1.99 and the sale price will stay in place until the version 2.0 update hits the Marketplace. According to the developer, the update is scheduled in the next few weeks.

Turbo Camera

The version 2.0 update is expected to include an image editing tool and a public album where Turbo Camera users can publish their .gif video creations for comments.

There is a trial version available to let you try out Turbo Camera and the $.99 sale price for the full version makes things a little more attractive. If you're on the fence with Turbo Camera, now might be the time to take the plunge.

You can find Turbo Camera here at the Windows Phone Marketplace.

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CommonBlob says:

I need to start making more popular products like this. Kudos to the dev.

You really don't need this is you own a Nokia Lumia phone. Its built into the camera settings .

As far as the burst mode is concerned, yes, you have that ability with both HTC and Nokia Windows Phones.  But can you create a .gif file in-house?

schlubadub says:

How? I can't see burst mode on my HTC HD7

ZuNuKoo says:

Or 1st Gen HTC trophy from Verizon. Not there.

blackdaemon says:

Where do you see that? I can't find anything like burst mode in my Lumia 800 standard camera app.

jcagga says:

I believe you have to download the app from your Nokia app section in marketplace.

Pictures come out really bad with this app. Don't know if it's my phone or the app.

venetasoft says:

With some phone models you may need to tap a point of the viewport to focus before start shooting, than keep the phone perfectly fixed (for best results use a tripod).

Thanks for the tip...

Senkwe says:

This app was released in April this year and has racked up half a million downloads in 4 months?
I find that a bit hard to believe to be honest.

CommonBlob says:

Quarter of a million.

Senkwe says:

Still, that seems dodgy to me.

denispage says:

This is the best camera app that I ever used in all three major platforms! 

Jazmac says:

Windows Phone 8. Nuff said.

jabtano says:

It's a decent app. I have used it.