Sinusoid Pty Ltd releases Snappix 1.0 for iPhone – New Photography App
Sydney, Australia – Sinusoid Pty Ltd today is pleased to announce the release of Snappix 1.0, a new photographic App for the iPhone. Snappix allows you to quickly take four shots from the camera in quick succession, put them in the same frame, and quickly send them via email to friends or to facebook directly without leaving the App.
It’s great for parties and social occasions and ideal for scenery snapshots. The picture frame can be either 2 x 2 as in a passport photograph, or in a 1 x 4 strip as in a photo booth strip of pictures. Both portrait and landscape shots can be mixed within the one frame.
To use Snappix, simply touch one of the four live images on the screen where you want the current image to appear in the frame. That image will then freeze. When the last of the 4 live images has been frozen in this way, the App will save this as a single frame. Double tapping an individual image will cancel the freeze on it and continue live capture again. Handy for retaking blurred images without redoing all 4 shots.
The album view allows you to select and view photos so you can later retrieve them and email them, save to the Photos App, and send directly to your facebook account all without leaving the App. In the Options view you can set an alternative image format of 1×4 instead of the normal 2×2. You can also set the App to take all images the same, instead of all different. There will be more sharing capabilities in future versions.
* iPhone and iPod touch (4th Gen)
* Requires iOS 4.0 or later
* 0.8 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Snappix 1.0 is only $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Photography category.
Located in Sydney, Australia, Sinusoid Pty Ltd is a company producing electronics parts and software products. Sinusoid produces Audio Kit which is an iPhone App used for analysis of Audio signals, and Snappix which is a photographic iPhone App. Sinusoid also manufactures in Australia electronics sensors such as the RPE1 and RPE2 rotational position encoders which are used in industrial control applications. Copyright (C) 2010 Sinusoid Pty Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.
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