I used shallow depth of field settings on my camera app for my first two photos and manually controlled the focal point, you can see where on my second picture my focal point was not centered very well as it was very bright outside and hard to see it on my phone before shooting. I rarely use auto settings on my phone or any other camera and refuse to use digital zoom. I always control the exposure and speed myself because my smartphone is not smart enough to know what I am going to do with my camera. my phone camera is not great but pretty darn good and handy.
Outdoor pictures are normally taken at a high enough shutter speed to not have problem with a smartphone.
For indoor photos and videos I made a tripod for my phone using rare earth magnets and the plate from my magnetic car mount is permanently stuck to my phone to control the shaking. All of my photos photos posted were shot with a tripod and the last one was shot with a 1/20 shutter at 500 ISO without flash, in greyscale to create an "on the moon " effect of my red speaker.
p.s I am just a self taught amateur and even though I really wanted to run my photos through my photo editing app I resisted as per Anker officials recommendations.