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    Over Time

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    Record your own HD Time Lapse Videos with your phone or tablet. Over Time is a Time Lapse Camera with Overlays. Each recorded frame displays the current date, time, GPS location, direction and speed. The location overlay can be disabled.

    Over Time can optionally be used as a Motion Detection Camera - it records frames of detected motion within the time lapse frames.

    An Over Time recording can be exported to your computer and assembled into a video that can be shared with others.

    Over Time is free but displays ads and limits the recording length to 10 minutes. To remove the ads and enable unlimited recordings, upgrade to the Over Time Pro app.

    Time lapse videos are used to show changes in a scene over time. A normal video records 30 frames per second. A time lapse video slows down the recording frame rate by adding a consistent delay between each frame so the playback appears to be at a fast forward rate. Over Time allows you to set the frame rate as fast as 1 per second or as slow as 1 per hour. Using the Over Time GPS overlay you could mount your device on a car window and record a trip where the playback displays your location over time.

    See the web site for more details.

    Users review

    from 189 reviews

    "Good"

    6.2

    Users comments

    Daire Guiney

    by Daire Guiney

    Apr 09, 2016  |  "Good"

    DOWNOFF

    Connor O Sullivan

    by Connor O Sullivan

    Sep 05, 2015  |  "Awesome"

    I'd love it. It acts like a cctv camera

    Praba Karan

    by Praba Karan

    Apr 08, 2014  |  "Awesome"

    Nice it's used to......

    Srboljub Tasić

    by Srboljub Tasić

    Mar 31, 2014  |  "Poor"

    I can't use this, constantly crashed.

    Hamid Reza varshabi

    by Hamid Reza varshabi

    Mar 29, 2014  |  "Great"

    Doesn't save video on android 4.4 KitKat

    Jack Hyland

    by Jack Hyland

    Mar 28, 2014  |  "Poor"

    But it won't save the films