On the first day of its beta test, the Android camera app on Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S7 camera is proving a popular choice among the millions of people who are using Samsung’s camera app to take pictures, video, and videos on their phones.
The latest version of the app has been downloaded more than 100 million times since it was first released in December, and it’s been downloaded nearly a million times in its first month of availability.
“There are a lot of people in the world that have smartphones and cameras, but they don’t have access to the software that lets them take great photos, videos, and share them with the world,” said Jonathan Zittrain, the head of Samsung’s consumer products business.
“If you’re not a professional photographer, then I think you’re missing out.”
The app is now the third-most popular photo and video sharing app on Android, behind Snapchat and Instagram, according to the app’s developer, Android Police.
Users can access photos and videos from a variety of apps and the app can also automatically record videos.
The app is available on both the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store.
For those who want a little extra help, Samsung has also added a feature called “Smart Capture” that lets users automatically take a photo from a video when the phone is locked.
“Smart capture” will automatically capture the captured image when the camera app is turned on.
Users will then be able to edit and share the image as they would with a traditional camera.
“This is a feature that’s really going to help us expand the reach of the camera on phones,” Zittrained said.
“I’m very excited to see how well it works.”
As of now, Samsung says the app is the third most popular photo-sharing app on the Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 edge, S7, S8, S9, and S9+.
The S6 camera app has also been downloaded over 100 million time, while the S7 and S7 edge have been downloaded by nearly two million times.
The Samsung Galaxy camera app, which is available for free, can also record videos and videos with the Samsung Camera app, although it requires the device to be in a connected wireless network to record video.
Zittrain said the company is working on more ways to make the app more attractive to new users, but said Samsung hasn’t yet made any major changes to the feature.
Zellner’s new research comes after the U.S. Federal Trade Commission accused Samsung of violating a federal law requiring mobile device makers to disclose any device-to-device data usage in order to sell devices.
The FTC alleges that Samsung violated that law by allowing the app to automatically capture a user’s phone’s data while the phone was locked.