Upping your production value with motion control just got a whole lot easier! The Syrp Genie App connects to the Genie Mini via Bluetooth for smooth motion time-lapse, video, panorama and 360° turntable product photography. You set the parameters, it does the work.

The App is simple to use and includes presets for quick setup alongside tutorials and help screens to make sure you’re up and running as quickly as possible. Program record times, interval, and movement parameters simply with beginner-to-pro-friendly design.

- Control the Genie Mini for smooth panning or tilting camera motion time-lapse and video
- Setup panoramic photos or 360° turntable product photography
- Customise move shoot delay, interval, record time and playback time
- Option to repeat movement, set continuous movement or bounce back in video mode
- Various presets, HDR Time-lapse and movement ramping options available.

The Genie Mini can be used with a variety of cameras including smartphones, GoPro, mirror-less and DSLR cameras.

What's New

Version 2.5.5

- New iPhone X support

Customer Reviews

3 out of 5

11 Ratings

11 Ratings

Ver 2.5.2 Not fully working on iOS 11

Kaz Toku

Ver 2.5.2 does not fully work on iOS11, in the TimeLapse and Video features. Genie Mini did not start moving or shooting though I hit REC button. I tried with different camera but not working. Panorama or Turntable features work as it did. It seems a bug in this software to send a command to genie mini, please fix it ASAP.

Currently Not Working With iOS 11

The 12th Wonder

Another user has noted that the time lapse function and the video pan function are not working with the current iteration of the iOS software.

Currently, when you hit record in the time lapse, nothing happens. Hopefully there’s a hot fix on the way soon!

Serious system flaw

Jim the Photo Guy

I cannot say if the problem is solely the fault of the app (it is possible that firmware is the source of trouble); however, the dual axis system has a serious system flaw. There are times when the tilt axis unpredictability swings a full revolution in a direction opposite the intended direction to arrive at a start or stop point. The potential damage to an attached camera/video during this behavior (i.e., crashing into the pan axis) should be obvious. How Syrp managed to overlook this serious flaw defies comprehension.

Other times, after setting up a new video motion, pressing the record button results in nothing happening (i.e., the message "finished" appears!).

The dual axis system was obviously rushed to market without adequate testing and I recommend steering clear of it until Syrp resolves these issues.


Syrp Limited
72.5 MB
Photo & Video
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Age Rating
Rated 4+
© Syrp Limited 2015


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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