Friday, July 26, 2013

Undiscovered App #29: Manifesto - An Instant-On Camera

ManifestoAnyone who has ever wanted to record a precious moment on your iPhone will appreciate today's Undiscovered App from Dorian Postevca. It's called Manifesto, and it does just one thing really well: it records the moment you open the app (actually it does two things: you can record either a video, or just in audio).

Think of all the times you tried recording something, but were delayed by the slow load time of Apple's camera app: once you opened it, you had to switch the camera to record video, then you had to press the record button. By then, a good five seconds have already passed, and if you didn't accidentally take a picture (you know you've done it) the moment you've been wanting to record has already happened. I don't know how many times that has happened to me, but thanks to Manifesto, that problem is now history.

There is only one drawback I've found: it doesn't let you switch to the front facing camera. If you can live with that, then you're good to go.

Check out the video on how the app works:

It's that simple. Manifesto is usually $1.99 to download, but thanks to the good people at AppAdvice's Apps Gone Free promotion, it is free as of this moment. If you miss out, you'll kick yourself, so download this one immediately. It has an average rating of 5 stars from 28 reviews.

____________________________________________________________ because today is a great day to finally order that stuff sitting in your shopping cart!

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