As any iOS user will testify, there are certain annoying limitations incumbent with the iPhone when it comes to photos and videos that people will almost universally find annoying such as an inability to send multiple photos at once and not having sufficient to take photos when you want to but all these issues could soon be coming to an end courtesy of an excellent looking and free app that goes by the name of Shutter.
The Shutter App is a new offering from cloud storage company StreamNation and it has the objective of letting you take thousands of photos and videos without taking up any of the precious space on your iOS device. Shutter will automatically upload your photos and videos to the cloud and back them up so you needn’t worry about losing any of your photos and videos and it gives you much more functionality and freedom than what you currently have when taking photos and videos on your iPhone. But, as always however, a picture (or video) paints a thousand words so check out the video below for more information on how the Shutter App will benefit you:
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Chances are that you will have experienced all the annoyances outlined in the video above and, if you have, you’ll probably be winging your way to the iTunes store to download the Shutter App as we speak because that’s exactly what we here at Coolector HQ are doing. Storage and sharing of photos is an important reason that people buy smartphones today and there are certain limitations to the iOS operating system that are restrictive and which we hope this Shutter App will remedy. Check out a couple more shots below:
For anyone who takes lots of photos and videos with their iPhone which, let’s face it, is pretty much everyone then they are likely to have been won over by the capabilities of the Shutter App and this is made all the more appealing by the fact that it’s free – well, the first 20GB of storage at least. If you want a bit more flexibility and freedom with how you take and distribute your photos on iOS then this fantastic looking app should certainly be your first port of call.
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