Pair an iPhone and iPad with the Camera Plus app for group selfies

by TabTimes Staff

March 21 2014

Selfies are usually thought of a way to take a picture of yourself or perhaps with one other person. But what if you could pair two iOS 7 devices, like an iPhone and iPad to take group shots?

GlobalDelight has updated its Camera Plus app with a new feature called AirSnap that helps users capture photos and videos remotely by pairing two iOS 7 devices  (using Bluetooth or wi-fi) like iPhones, iPads or iPod Touches.

Both devices need to be loaded with Camera Plus app, which converts one of the devices into a remote trigger and the other one for capturing images or videos.

AirSnap lets you control flash, switch between camera modes, see instant previews on the trigger device and select front and rear cameras when taking a group photo.

The Camera Plus 3.5 update also adds a “Soft Flash” feature for iPads that helps brighten images along with a 720p video capture option. There's also now AirDrop sharing and the ability to pause and resume video recording on-the-go. 

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