The great thing about Google's Android, is that it's inherently hackable, and even those bits of exclusive software specific to one device invariably wind up dissected and ported through to other smartphones and tablets on the market. The Galaxy Note 3 may well be Samsung's latest premium handset, but the Galaxy S4 remains the flagship, and with so many more consumers in ownership of this summer's blockbuster, it's good to see work being done to bring the Note 3's exclusives over to the main event. The latest feature to make its way to the S4 is the camera app, and thanks to the work of the guys at XDA-Developers, installing it on your own handset is fairly painless. Details, as ever, can be found after the break.
Yes, the Google Play Store - like most other mobile app marketplaces - is packed full of camera apps. Yes, there are a lot of very powerful and functional camera apps available, some of which are fantastic and some of which are just hastily thrown together Instagram rip-offs, but CameraAce for Android could potentially be the little camera gem that has slipped through your photography arsenal.