The 'Snap Clap App' is Absolutely Ingenious

By: Courtney Scharf - Published: Jul 1, 2012 • References: & holykaw.alltop
The 'Snap Clap App' allows smartphone users to capture handsfree photos without any assistance.

Settling a seemingly unsolvable issue, this ingenious development by David Sproch works by responding to clapping. A great and more controlled alternative to undependable self-timing settings, this is a very modern way to take your own picture. Costing only 99 cents, this is a worthwhile buy for those who find themselves wishing for a photographer. The only possible downside to this app is that one would most likely be clapping at the moment that the photo is taken, leading to some fairly monotonous captures.

Regardless, this is an impressively creative solution to an admittedly first world problem that many have encountered. Stats for Handsfree Smartphone Captures Trending: Older & Average
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