March 6, 2014 Leave a Comment
I have a Samsung Galaxy Note2. It’s my to go phone for taking pictures. You use commands like “smile” or “cheese” to snap pics without having to press the shutter button (great for rear camera selfies). Sadly, the iPhone doesn’t have this feature.
I tried googeling for an answer, but Apple doesn’t have this feature on the iPhone. So I tried googeling for an app, and I found a couple. The one that worked for me is Voice Command Camera. It’s free (if you don’t mind ads on the bottom), or $.99 to go add-free.
It’s a basic app with just three commands: “rear view” and “front view” to switch between the cameras; and “take photo” to snap one. The voice commands worked well with me, but you have to manually go to the gallery to view the pics you took. You can’t check them right there in the app. And this isn’t something that’ll get covered with an app update, because the app hasn’t been updated since 2012. But if you’re looking for something that’ll let you take a pic with your voice on the iPhone, then this app does that perfectly.
Here’s the link to Voice Command Camera app [iTunes].