How To: WiFi Camera Lets You Snap Photos on Your iPhone Using Someone Else's iPhone Camera

WiFi Camera Lets You Snap Photos on Your iPhone Using Someone Else's iPhone Camera

An influx of creative photography apps has struck iOS 6 since its release, and developer Daniel Amitay has now added to the stream of cool photo applications with WiFi Camera, a new remote-photography tool.

The app works by linking up two iOS devices (iPhone or iPad) through Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. One person sends an invite to the other, and from there, can stream what the other person's camera (front and rear) is looking at. When setup, either person can take a picture with their device, capturing the image from the other camera.

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Note: The stream will be blurry, but the picture it takes will retain its full clear resolution.

This application could be really useful for taking group shots when no one else is around to take it. Setup one person's camera, then use yours to remote control it from the group. Genius.

The application automatically searches for any devices that are running WiFi Camera and will show the options at the top of the screen. The application is free and you can find it in the App Store. If you upgraded to an iPhone 5, it makes you think twice about selling your old iPhone 4.

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