RemoteSnap

Developer: Hans Schneider

Current Version: 1.1

Last Updated: 3 years ago

Download Size: 203.4 KB - Download

Description:

Automagically receive photos taken on your iPhone or iPod touch on your Mac.

This App needs "RemoteSnap" or "RemoteSnap Free" installed on your iPhone. Photos taken in these apps are automatically sent to your Mac on your local network.

* Download this app
* Download "RemoteSnap" to your iPhone or iPod touch from the App Store
* Use RemoteSnap on your iPhone to take pictures
* Pictures are saved to your Mac computer

Use your iPhone as a wireless still image webcam for your Mac!

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Release Notes:

# When trying to install this update the App Store might ask you to quit the old app. You can do this from the little camera icon in the status bar of your Mac. With this update you will also be able to quit the app from the icon in the Dock, apologies for this inconvenience!

* App can be quit from the dock icon
* Made Preferences and Help stay on top
* Click on thumbnail opens Finder
* You can disable "Start on login" in Preferences

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 1.1
Review by Dylanfury

Handy App for Family occasions at home ! - I can see this App being VERY handy for holidays and other occasions at home. I could not get the iPhone to find the server on the iMac at first. I had my DSL cable plugged in and turn on the airport to connect to the WiFi network. I had to remove the cable and restart the computer then it connected. The picture is taken in the App and it seems a bit grainier than normal. The picture also has a stamp with the Remote Snap log and info thats a bit annoying. To send photos from the album you need the paid version. I contacted the developer for support and he responded quickly and invited me to email back for more help if i needed it. I really appreciated the developer's effort. I give this APP 5 stars because it does what it what is says it will do and is a great preview of what the paid App has to offer.

Found helpful by 5 out of 9 people
1/5
Version 1
Review by Clickin Chick

Definitely misunderstood this one - I don't know why, but when I read the description on my iphone I "ASSumed" that you could "sync" your entire camera roll using this app and it is NOT the case. "Did you ever wish you could send photos directly to your computer without having to plug in the cable and sync through Itunes?" That was what the description read. You can only sync the photos you take through this app so I, personally, have no need to sit at or near my computer/and take photos around me. Definitely a mistake on my end for not reading clearly, but thought it was worth mentioning to anyone else like me :)

Found helpful by 63 out of 99 people

More Reviews for Current Version

5/5
Version 1.1
Review by Dylanfury

Handy App for Family occasions at home ! - I can see this App being VERY handy for holidays and other occasions at home. I could not get the iPhone to find the server on the iMac at first. I had my DSL cable plugged in and turn on the airport to connect to the WiFi network. I had to remove the cable and restart the computer then it connected. The picture is taken in the App and it seems a bit grainier than normal. The picture also has a stamp with the Remote Snap log and info thats a bit annoying. To send photos from the album you need the paid version. I contacted the developer for support and he responded quickly and invited me to email back for more help if i needed it. I really appreciated the developer's effort. I give this APP 5 stars because it does what it what is says it will do and is a great preview of what the paid App has to offer.

Found helpful by 5 out of 9 people
5/5
Version 1.1
Review by Fity

Awesome App - I'm sorry that this app seems to be crashing for everyone else, but it worked fine for me and It's really cool! I'll buy the full version if I find myself using this version a lot, because it's kind of annoying having the photo stamp on all the pictures u take, and having the app ask you if you want to buy the full version after each time you take a picture.

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people
1/5
Version 1.1
Review by fumbaz

Great idea, very poor execution - To begin with, it doesn't work, it just crashes all the time, so what do you think the rating for it will be? 1 for effort, perhaps.

Found helpful by 10 out of 14 people
1/5
Version 1.1
Review by ataleb52

Garbage app - Considering that you have to open up the app on your phone, then take the picture as well as install this program on your computer...this is not worth your time! Just use dropbox, it's free and way easier.

Found helpful by 1 out of 2 people
2/5
Version 1.1
Review by Shuo Cheng Wu

It Crashes... - If the RemoteSnap Free crash everytime I use it, How do you guys going to persuade me buying full version?

Found helpful by 1 out of 4 people
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