I wouldn't be surprised - his JPEG encoder is much faster than that of Apple or Nokia. (BTW, I too recommended the dev, back in August when I talked to him that he sells his algorithm implementation to Apple or Nokia. It's so freaking good.)
BTW, it's still available on devices you've previously directly (!) downloaded it to. A screenshot I've just made proving this:
A friend of mine who managed to get snappycam before it was taken off the App Store says it Is now only taking pictures in black and white?
The preview is colour but when you take the photo, it's saved in monochrome. Anyone else have the same issue? Almost like it's been remotely disabled?
I really hope they apple allow the new software implementation to run on pre-iPhone 6 devices (via an iOS update), because SnappyCam really does run beautifully on the iPhone 5/5s and it would be a real shame if they artificially limit older devices (but...its Apple...so they probably will ).
Snappycam found a better way to use the iphone camera and Apple shut them down. Now we have to take pictures one at a time ): Good job Apple! and good job to you too Google, it took me 15 minutes to figure this out.
Snappycam found a better way to use the iphone camera and Apple shut them down. Now we have to take pictures one at a time )
For burst photography, it seems like there are some alternatives, like Superburst: http://www.idownloadblog.com/2014/02/20/superburst-camera/
Thanks, I'll review it (in a much more proper way as the iDownloadBlog folks - read: with precise benchmarks) and post back.