The Galaxy S III and the HTC One X both offer a feature that wasn’t available to many Android smartphones before: the ability to snap rapid fire photos on the fly. The One X performance is amazing — you can hold down the camera button and fire away and then choose the best shot afterwards. That ability isn’t limited to those two phones anymore, however. Any Android user with Android 2.2 or newer can now download Fast Burst Camera from Google Play, an ad-supported free application that enables the same kind of rapid fire support offered by the two aforementioned smartphones. It’s amazing for capturing moving objects or for quickly taking a bunch of photos of a group of friends to make sure that you’ve grabbed everyone with a perfect smile. An ad-free version is also available for $3.99.