Snap Clap is an idea, at least. I’m not sure whether or not it’s a good idea – that’s up to you.
With Snap Clap, you can set your iPhone somewhere and rejoin your friends and family for a group picture you would have otherwise missed – no one has to miss the photo to actually take the picture. The downside is that, using the app, you take a picture (or initiate video recording) by clapping your hands. If you don’t want to have every single group picture feature shots of you clapping your hands, maybe Snap Clap isn’t for you.
Apparently, there is also an option to set a timer for photos, which might end up being the better option for many. There are also a few basic editing tools and filters, including negative, sepia, and grayscale, that you can use after you’ve taken the photos. Sharing photos using Facebook, Twitter, or email is also possible from within the app.
Snap Clap is available for all iOS devices on the iTunes App Store for $0.99.
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