Android-using Insta360 Pro customers rejoice. You can now control the Insta360 Pro with a companion app on your Android devices.
A key feature of the professional VR camera (which can capture 8K 360 video, 6K 3D 360 video and can stitch–and live stream–4K video in real-time) was its ability to be controlled and previewed remotely via tablet or smartphone. But, at launch, the Insta360 Pro only had a companion app for iOS devices.
Although the app looks almost identical to the iOS version and includes live preview, live streaming and the ability to shoot in raw format, 360 Rumors blogger Mic Ty points out that it doesn’t have the image review feature to see stitched photos and videos–yet (Insta360 said it would be adding that feature in a future update).
The Android app is available through the Google Play store.
Insta360, makers of the Insta360 Pro, also just announced a new consumer camera, the Insta360 ONE, at IFA in Berlin last week. Other cameras from Insta360 Pro include the Insta360 Nano, Air and 4K versions.