Check Out iMagnify

Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by iMagnify, Oct 23, 2009.

  1. iMagnify macrumors newbie

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    iMagnify is an Application designed for iPhone to enhance the way we see. With up to 4X zoom and 2048x1536 pixels, you can read even the finest of print. What makes this Application so unique is its LIVE mode capability and its crystal clear resolution. iMagnify eliminates the need to capture the picture before you are able to zoom. An update will be released at the end of October adding a Tip Calculator to the App as well as a disappearing zoom slide enabling full screen mode. Check out iMagnify!

    http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=324329308&mt=8
     
  2. GoCubsGo macrumors Nehalem

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    Give me a code and I'll check it out. :)

    Actually I saw this somewhere and was curious, but my 20/20 vision trumps curiosity.
     
  3. MadGoat macrumors 65816

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    Wow, you're all over the board there, a camera zoom that will have a tip calculator?

    I mean, seriously, how does each relate that you would bundle them together? It's like saying I'll sell you a USB Cable and bundle a pack of condoms with it.

    Also I call shenanigans on reading fine print at 4x zoom. I've tried several live zoom apps and none of them are clearer than the other, since they're limited by the camera itself.
     
  4. gillybean macrumors 6502a

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    Haha, a USB Cable and a pack of condoms.

    I also don't see how you could zoom on to fine print beyond what the camera is capable of, unless your app is doing additional processing specific to the english language (e.g. a blurry "z" looks different than a blurry "w", and with context you can make good guesses at what the letters should be). But in most cases where you'd do that, the guessing still wouldn't be perfect, and the user would probably just prefer to move the book or newspaper closer to their eyes to find out what it really says.
     

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