Trading pictures with friends and family is a time-consuming activity. You have a lot of work to do between opening the message, selecting the image to view, capturing a picture of your own, and returning the favor. Trumpit seeks to eliminate much of that fluff by placing pictures messages on your lock screen. Rightfully so, Trumpit bills itself as a “lock screen messenger.” You never have to completely unlock your phone and use another app to swap pictures with contacts. Today, Trumpit is ready for showtime as it has left the beta phase and gained an important new feature.
The newest version of Trumpit (v1.5) introduces an in-house camera for users to take advantage of. What’s the benefit of Trumpit getting its own camera? Having one less button to press. Choose to reply and then go right for the camera button; rather than launching your phone’s camera app, Trumpit will handle everything so you’re not forced to jump around between apps. Even tools for adding filters, text, and highlights remain accessible. This is all part of Trumpit’s goal to send and receive pictures with speed and ease.