Mobile photography is absolutely huge right now, with apps such as Instagram and Hipstamatic making smartphone snaps arty and cool. Showing off your photographic efforts created using a handset on social networks is great, but what about when you want to showcase your snaps on a bigger screen? Now, thanks to using Photobeamer, you can see those creations in all their glory.
In a nutshell, Photobeamer allows users to wirelessly push photos from an iPhone’s camera roll to a device with a bigger screen. In fact, Photobeamer will push images to any other display that has a web connection, so they can be viewed on a laptop, desktop PC, TV, tablet or games console.
Simply open up the browser on your TV (or other web enabled device you’re using) and log on to the Photobeamer website. Then using the app, select a picture to port to the display, and scan the QR code displayed on your TV using your phone’s camera. This will link your smartphone to the display, so the images can be scrolled through on the mobile and appear in real time on the TV.
Photobeamer is intuitive, really easy to use, and after putting it through its paces the app definitely holds its own when it comes to functionality. We had no problem at all when scanning the QR code to connect to the website, and there was no lag when flicking through the many pictures we snapped.The app could come in handy in many situations, both at work and play. Say you need to present snaps you’ve taken on your phone in a business meeting (or you could be at a party and want to display a funny image on a big screen TV), Photobeamer will sort you out, no bother.
Offering an ideal solution to quick and easy photo sharing, Photobeamer eliminates the need for wires or having to store the images in another location, so the days of scrabbling around furiously trying to find the USB socket round the back of the telly. Hurrah! There’s no registration required to use the service either, so you can literally download the app and get cracking straight away. If that wasn’t appealing enough, Photobeamer’s pocket-friendly price of 69p means it’s accessible to even the most budget conscious phone photographer.
Photobeamer App for iPhone
This Article was written by Abbi Cox of Phones 4u
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