QuikCam, the speedy camera replacement app from Two Teeth Technologies, has been renamed and is now called QuickPix. The new update is out and while light on new features — the previous 1.1 update had a ton of them — it’s got some very impressive performance improvements.

In addition to the new name and all the features from the previous update, here’s what’s new in QuickPix version 1.2:

  • Improved burst speed
  • Improved app start-up time after first launch
  • Fixed a crash that could occur when the users Photo app camera roll was empty
  • Fixed a bug that resulted in improper image orientation when the
    orientation lock was on


The already impressive full resolution burst mode is even faster in this update. It now averages nearly 2 full-res captures per second on an iPhone 4 and over 6 captures per second on an iPod Touch 4th Gen — that’s over 30 images in 5 seconds. No other camera app I’ve tested has a full-res burst mode this fast. Recovery time feels faster in this update.

QuickPix is designed for speed and simplicity, but still has plenty of advanced features to make it a good choice as a camera replacement.

The update is free to all previous owners of QuikCam. Just update in iTunes. QuickPix is normally $1.99, but is currently on sale now for 99¢ for a limited time. Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 4.1 or later.

QuickCam - Two Teeth Technologies