iPhone: Take Burst Mode Photos With SnappyCam Pro

iPhone: Take Burst Mode Photos With SnappyCam Pro

If you’re a regular visitor of Apple’s App Store, then you must have noticed that the photo and video section is loaded with many different apps; some  give beautiful effects to photos, while some claim to be a better photo editor than Photoshop. We’ve found an app that’s worth trying out if you want to take burst photos from your iPhone.

Enter SnappyCam Pro – an app for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch that claims to capture 3,600 photos per minute, and 60 shots per second. Yes, you read it right!

iPhone: Take Burst Mode Photos With SnappyCam Pro

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60 photos with single tap on your iPhone

Some might wonder; why should you use burst mode? That’s because with just a single tap, you can get 60 different photos of your special moment. Once captured, you can then select the photo that interests you. This is the app if you’re one of those perfectionist types who always wants to capture the best looking shot.

When launched, you’ll notice that its user interface is somewhat crowded, but still it gets the job done. The digital zoom, as the name suggests, let’s you zoom-in to the subject but if you want to capture quality images, then it is a better idea to go closer to the subject and then capture it.

If you hold the shutter button, then the app will keep on capturing burst of shots until you release it. Once captured, you can select a handful of those photos to Camera Roll or you can also save all photos. The developer says that each shot is captured in high quality JPEG image with a full set of Exif metadata, including GPS geolocation.

To get SnappyCam Pro, you’ll have to shell out $1.99 (at the time of writing, the app is available for just $0.99). The app can be downloaded from the App Store and is compatible with iOS 4.2 and above. Grab it from the link below.

Download SnappyCam Pro for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch from App Store.

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