Android users will soon be able to take photos of their phone’s screen with a camera that’s as sharp as a pencil sharpener.
A new camera app for iOS is now available, and while it’s a bit of a pain in the ass to use, it will soon bring more functionality to the iPhone 6s.
The app, which is called “Smoother,” will allow you to take photo filters like “Blurred,” “Fuzzy,” “Hue-Blur,” and “Flare,” among others.
You can even use it to capture video, and that feature will be available to the public at some point in the future.
While it’s definitely a bit gimmicky, “SMOTHER” is definitely a great way to capture photos with the iPhone’s newest camera features.
The new features are a lot of fun to use and can add a nice little boost to your photos if you’re shooting on a cloudy day.
It’s still unclear if the app will work with older iPhones, but it sounds like the feature will work in older phones as well.
It’s also unclear if “Ssmooth” will work on older phones that don’t support the new camera.
Still, “ssmooth,” if it ever comes out, should be worth a look.