Android 4.0 brought along an improved camera shutter speed as first seen on the Galaxy Nexus, which lets one take multiple pictures continuously without a break due to zero shutter lag, which was later seen on newer devices like the HTC One X or the Samsung Galaxy S3.
But thanks to the Fast Burst Camera app for Android, you don’t need either of the above mentioned devices or a camera with zero shutter lag, as it lets you take up to 30 photos in a second (5-10 photos for low-end phones) in burst mode on any Android device. You can hold the shutter button for continuous pics or tap on the shutter button for a single photo.
Due to the photos being taken at a high-speed, the app doesn’t take pics at the full resolution, so that’s a limitation you must bear if you want to take pics at a high-speed. But other than that, the Fast Burst Camera app is pretty good, so try it by downloading it from Google’s Play Store here.