Let the world know where you are!
When it comes to social networks, photo sharing is on the rise and is considered a booming market. It has been getting easier everyday as many apps offer an amazing number of options for free.
Outin is a location-based photo-sharing application that helps users record and share their stories by throwing photos. In the top bar, this app features Out and In options – Out helps in sending out photos, while In lets users take them in. Users can mark these received images as favorites and add comments to them. There is another button to inform users of the sender.
There is a camera icon at the bottom of the screen to launch the in-app camera. After snapping an image (or adding one from the photos library), filters can be added to it. Another interesting feature of this app is its ability to record audio. I think most of the photo-sharing apps don’t have this feature. After getting these things done, sharing the image is super easy – just shake the device to “throw-share”. And, of course, Outin comes integrated with Facebook and Twitter for those who love to do it in a traditional way.
Outin needs to access the location of the users to work. They can’t use even the camera of the app, when the device fails to get the location information. The Settings area of the app features an excellent Help section that explains everything with infographics. This makes it easy for the people around the world to explore the app.
iPhone camera has become the popular target for developers looking to create the decisive accessory for this popular device. If you use iPhone camera regularly, you might be impressed with Outin. With an attractive interface, it works extremely well and is just plain fun.
Outin is compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (5th generation) and iPad and requires iOS 4.3 or later. It seems like the developer is working on Android version!