Simple Binoculars

Simple Binoculars

Want to take a closer look at an object of interest but you do not have binoculars? Then download and use Simple Binoculars – a free Android app that will allow you to take a closer look at something given that your Android device has a camera.

Simple Binoculars uses your Android camera to zoom in and out turning it into simple binoculars. The app has a really simple interface where you feel like you see through binoculars and then a zoom bar on top of it that will allow you to zoom in and out. This is all it takes to run this simple application.

Unfortunately the app is heavily dependent on your camera capabilities and if it is weak then you should not expect to see much especially if you zoom in too much. In addition some users point out that you can simply zoom in with your camera and get the same results.

All in all Simple Binoculars is a nice try and if you feel intrigued you can take a look at it here.

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