Pocket Snapper iPhone Review
By Simon Burns On 7 Aug, 2012 At 11:23 AM | Categorized As iPhone, Reviews | With 1 Comment

Pocket Snapper is a complete photography app for iPhone. When I say ‘complete’ I really mean it, as this has what is a simply stunning range of options and features that would normally be spread across several apps, but here you can get the lot for one price.

The camera part of the app is pretty feature packed, as the app has a super fast photo capture with instant save, a clever smart focus system, an adjustable self timer and the interesting iModel mode. As you can see, just this aspect provides what a lot of other apps charge for alone, but here you get a lot more.

The photo editing options are near endless. Well, perhaps not really endless, but 73 filters and 24 frames is still an impressive amount, especially when combined with four collages and a load of fun special effects to play with.

Here, in the words of the developer, are the app’s best features:

✓Powerful Camera Functions
*Fast photo capture and instant save
*Innovative iModel mode
*Smart focus system
*Adjustable self- timer

✓Awesome Photo Editing Options
*73 artistic filters for endless fun
*24 stylish frames to make your photos unique
*4 collages to make creative layouts
*Amazing special effects to make stunning pictures

✓Intuitive User Interface
*Simple and intuitive user interface
*Stylish and user interface design
*Easy picture management

✓Tons of ways to share your photo
*Instant Sharing via Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Picasa, and YouTube

That is a lot of features, and it is all wrapped up in an attractive and elegant user interface that is simple to use and fun. You can add dialogue boxes inside photos, crop to perspective and a whole lot more. You can share via many of the most popular social networks, although there is one big thing missing from the app: Instagram integration.

The ability to upload to Instagram would be immense, so I hope that the developer adds this in the future, but you can still share with plenty of other networks.

The other smaller thing that is missing is the ability to upload videos you have recorded, but that is something the developer is working on at the moment. Aside from those issues, there is nothing else to complain about here. The iModel mode, which allows you to pretend you are a professional photographer, is very clever and really helps to make the app stand out. The range of options is very impressive, and the user interface is a joy, so I am happy to recommend this as one of the better photography apps available for iPhone.

Pocket Snapper – iModel and Virtual Studio - Kdan Mobile Software LTD

 

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Simon Burns

About - Simon Burns is the editor and founder of VoxelArcade and The Smartphone App Review. He has been a fan of technology for over twenty five years and loves playing with gadgets and spending time with his family. You can get in touch with him via the ‘contact us’ section of the site or on Twitter by following @smartappreview

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  1. Brihanna Watson says:

    Nice! The photography apps for the iPhone never cease to impress me.

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