Average Camera automatically takes multiple pictures (immediately or after a timer expires), calculates the average picture out of these and normalizes the result, to make the lightest pixel become white. It is useful for producing low-noise pictures in low-light situations. Because of the long exposure time, you should not hold your iPhone in your hands, but lean it against something to get sharp results.
bugfix: app doesn't crash anymore, if launched with disabled camera-access
Ratings and Reviews
Good App Needs more instructions on use
I have used the app to take low light pictures that are not grainy. One other uses is during the day in a busy location with lists of people walking by that you want to look like no one is there. I set up a tripod, choose 32 or more frames with a few seconds between frames and let it go. When it's done you can't see any people unless they stayed in one location for a long time.
Considering I use an actual camera for my long exposures I decided to try this app out for when I only have my phone on me for whatever reason. Someone on IG mentioned it. Very fun app. I like the intervals and the combo of the photos so you can achieve a decent long exposure look from a phone. Really cool.
Only of its kind, easy to use, great results
As expected, you'll need to use a tripod or lean your phone against something to achieve any result. The results are great with my iPhone 5, giving the camera an effective daytime bulb shutter function, with the benefits of low noise and not needing an ND filter.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.