Path 2.0 debuted at the same time for both iOS and Android, but the latter version lacked one of the main features users took advantage of: photo filters. For some reason the iPhone version had a few Instagram-like filters like Lomo and Pro, while the Android version lacked them completely, with no explanation as to why.
Today we got our explanation: they needed to develop these filters for devices running Android 2.3.3 or above with an OpenGL ES 2.0-capable GPU. Anyone below that version, or without such hardware, will continue to go without filters. At first glance they are extremely fast — almost instantaneous on my Galaxy Nexus — and look fantastic. Any photo taken with (or without) the new filters is automatically saved to your library.
The entire app has received a bit of a polish, and some speed improvements, so the experience is more akin to the iOS version. Sure, it took a few months to get there, but at least Android users can cross another app off that dwindling “What about this feature?” list.
Download Path from Google Play.
Via: Android Central