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Four free photo apps available

Canon has released four free iOS applications in the UK and Ireland.

BestShutter is designed to help take photos of children and pets who usually don't pay attention to the camera. The app uses fun sounds to capture children or pet's attention. A function to remove ads can be purchased for GBP 0.79 / Ireland: EUR 0.99).

Photo Log Map is designed to meets the needs of people who want to record location information together with shooting records during various situations such as traveling or mountain climbing. Using data from your images and a smartphones information service, it creates a shooting record maps. Even with data from photos shot on digital cameras not equipped with GPS, you can create a shooting record map linked to the smartphones GPS log. In addition to photos on the map, you can also add text memos and sound memos that record the location's conditions. By writing the recorded log to a GPX file (optional addition function GBP 0.79 /Ireland:EUR 0.99), you can use the information in other apps.

TakeMyPic is a helpful app that lets you compose your shot before giving to someone else to take. The app lets you insert a human shape in your desire position, making it easier to show the person taking your photo how you would like the shot to look.

Easy Photo Sorter makes it possible to organise photo data on your smartphone. By combining information such as date, time and day of the week, and setting your desired criteria to organise, you can create folders in your iPhone or iPad photo albums and automatically categorise photos based on this criteria when the app launches.

These apps are now available for iPhone and iPad users in the UK and Ireland from the App Store.


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