Whistle Camera: Take a Photo by Whistling
Article by George Norman
On 15 Apr 2014
Say you have a phone that does not have a front camera and you want to take a selfie. Instead of struggling to tap a button, you can whistle and a photo will be taken automatically. This sort of functionality is put at your disposal by the free Android app “Whistle Camera – Selfie and More.”



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DreamBit’s Whistle Camera app for Android offers 3 ways to take a picture. You can tap an icon on your Android’s screen and the app will take a photo. You can use the volume up button to take a shot. And last but not least, you can just whistle and the app will automatically take a shot.

Say you want to take a selfie but your phone does not have a front camera. It is a bit of struggle to keep the phone in position and tap its screen to take the photo. Thanks to Whistle Camera, you do not have to struggle. Position the phone, let out a whistle, and the app will take a photo.

Or let’s say you’re out for a walk on a cold day and you’re wearing gloves. Once again, you want to take a selfie, but you don’t want to take your gloves off. Thanks to Whistle Camera, you don’t have to feel the cold on your hands. Hold the phone with your gloves, let out a whistle, and the app will take a photo.

Or let’s say you’re out for a drive, enjoying some spending scenery. You can put your mobile on the dashboard and easily take photos of this beautiful scenery. Every time you whistle the app will take a photo – a high quality, beautiful photo that you can share with others.

Whistle Camera works with mobile devices powered by Android 2.3.3 and newer.
The app can be downloaded for free from Google’s Play Store.




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