Don't be interrupted by releasing the shutter.
Wireless shutter release enables you to strike various poses.
"Remote Selfie" enables you to take a picture using your Bluetooth headset as a wireless shutter release for the camera on your iPhone or iPod touch. And, you can take a picture using your iPhone's bundle ear-remote as wired shutter release.
Do you have a Bluetooth headset? Then you can use it as a wireless shutter release for your camera.
* How to use *
1. Connect bluetooth headset with your iPhone.
(In setting->Bluetooth->Your Headset should be connected)
2. Launch the "Remote Selfie"
3. For activating the connection, you may need to press the 'play'(▶) button of your bluetooth headset
4. If bluetooth headset connected, use your bluetooth headset as wireless shutter release
* Remote Control *
・ Take a picture
・ Start/Stop video recording
▶▶ (Fast Forward)
・ Change mode (picture, video)
・ Change camera (front / rear)
Caution : Mono bluetooth headset doesn't works.
** Features **
- Picture , video capture supported.
- Changing between picture and video mode with remote
- Front/Backend camera, flash mode supported
- Containing photo metadata(with Location info)
- App name changed
- Bug fixed
Ratings and Reviews
No beats support
Doesn't work with my power beats
Just what I was looking for!
As the description implies, uses Bluetooth (small mono speaker in my instance) to trigger the camera on my iPhone, this opens all kinds of possibilities for using the camera remotely, from selfies to macro stuff. Bottom line, the app rocks and snagging this for free is like Christmas came early, two thumbs way yup!
Does The Job
I've been looking for an app that would allow me to use my bluetooth head set to take remote photos but says that I can't take with mono set bit works fine with me if I hold the both volume buttons not the head set down.
Works fine with me, nice for when I go on those alone travels :)
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.