Camera Plus AirSnap feature includes the photographer in the shot using two iOS devices
Ever felt left out when your friends were busy getting themselves clicked with you behind the camera? Even when you do put the camera in the self shot mode, the results are generally not so good as everyone doesn’t have a grasp on the timing of the shot. Using the new AirSnap feature created by Indian developer GlobalDelight, you can actually click photos and take videos remotely by pairing two iOS devices.
All you need to do take an AirSnap is load both your iOS devices with the Camera Plus app, which will use one device as a remote trigger and the other for clicking pictures. The devices connect with each other via Bluetooth.
AirSnap allows users to control a variety of functions including flash, camera modes, previews on the trigger device and switching between front and rear cameras. This is maybe the best way to take group selfies with no one feeling left out.
Along with this, the Camera Plus app lets you edit photos, adjust tones and colors, brighten images and share them over social media. The app will cost you Rs. 55. Here’s the download link.
Check out this video of how it works: