Microsoft has finally launched its own Hyperlapse applications.
Much like Instagram's Hyperlapse for iPhone, Microsoft's effort lets you create fast-paced time-lapse video clips, with users able to choose a playback speed as well.
Unlike Instagram's app, Microsoft's Hyperlapse Mobile allows you to create hyperlapses from existing clips as well.
Microsoft is also touting the ability to create multiple hyperlapses from the same clip - another feature that Instagram's app doesn't have.
Compatible Android devices include the HTC One M8 and M9, Nexus 5 and Nexus 6, Galaxy S5, Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, Note 4, Nexus 9 and Xperia Z3.
The app also supports a wide variety of Windows Phones, but notable omissions include the Lumia 1020. It's also noted that handsets with 512MBs of RAM can't capture HD hyperlapse clips.
Microsoft has also created a Windows desktop Hyperlapse app, allowing users to create time-lapses from their laptop, desktop or Windows tablet.
The desktop app allows you to import GoPro footage as well, making for a rather intriguing download.