Tap Anywhere Camera
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Ever get annoyed at pushing the tiny camera button? Tap Anywhere Camera will take multiple pictures whenever you touch the screen. Just point and tap...anywhere!
Never miss a picture again with this instant picture taker!
- Touch anywhere to take a picture
- Take multiple shots in rapid succession
- Preview of the last 6 shots saved to your camera roll
- Super fast startup
What's New in Version 1.01
Backwards compatibility to 3.0
This app is alright It does what it says and that's good but what you would expect to have as of switching between front and back camera zoom control of flash but it's an ok app I guess see what the future updates will bring
Lacks an option to disable flash
Tap anywhere means "ANYWHERE"
This is a no brainer idea that will, I'm sure, be fleshed out in future versions. After missing several shots at a going-away party last night, and worse, ending up with videos instead of pictures, I started looking for separate, simple "tap anywhere" cameras and videos to clear up the confusion. I clicked on and purchased Tap Anywhere by mistake, but after looking at the other choices, feel it's got the most potential because of it's incredibly fast operation, so I'll probably continue to use it. One big issue with this app is the always on, sophomoric font declaration across the bottom that keeps the obvious "tap anywhere" instruction in full view, like some constantly nagging micro-manager. It's unnecessary, looks dumb and blocks part of the image. The other, more important issue is the bar across the bottom showing the number of images that are being processed. While this fast processing is a great, great feature (the one that will eventually make this the best application of this type out there), the trouble comes when you want to check the pictures you've taken. Tapping on the processed images, at least on my iPod, just takes another picture. I know the name of this app is "Tap Anywhere", but it would be much better if it were "Tap Almost Anywhere". Unless I'm missing something, in order to check my last shot, I have to close the program, open up the camera roll and look at it there. Way, way too slow and complicated. Better to give up a little screen real-estate so recently shot photos can be opened and checked. When these things are corrected, I'll up my review to 5 stars. As it is, this is a great program with a lot of potential, but needs some polishing.
- Category: Photo & Video
- Updated: Oct 14, 2010
- Version: 1.01
- Size: 0.1 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Heinz Roesch
- © Heinz Roesch
Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.