Articles tagged with: VolumeSnap
Volume Shutter has become a popular feature in third party camera apps. New evidence has come up that Apple is about to restrict the feature… again.
TapShot is free right now in the App Store. This discount is for a limited time.
Since the release of iOS 5 and the addition of the Volume Button Shutter in Apple’s Camera, many third party developers have followed suit and implemented the feature in their own apps. Jeff McMorris from CodeGoo, tells Life In LoFi that Apple has approved these apps “by mistake.”
Consistently top-selling camera replacement app, Camera+ was updated today to version 2.4VS. Its one new feature: the return of VolumeSnap.
Earphone Camera By Signal9 is a simple camera app that enaables you to easily take photos and take videos by using the iPhone’s earbuds like a wired remote. There’s nothing else like it currently available. Grab it now in case Apple change their mind on this one.
VolumeSnap is back in several minor apps. The latest is Quick Snap – Camera Plus which was released on December 15, 2009. They are pretty blatant about the feature, describing VolumeSnap in the first line of the App Store description and they even use photos of the Easter Egg.
Camera+ is gone from the App Store, most likely because of the hack that activates the hidden VolumeSnap feature in the app.
The latest update of Camera+ has been rejected because of a cool new feature, VolumeSnap. We have a workaround.