With this new app, you can take a selfie by screaming at your phone. The new iOS camera app called Triggertrap Selfie, launched by camera triggering company Triggertrap, activates the phone camera through sound inputs. Also Read - Apple proposes $100 million settlement, key policy changes to developers in class-action lawsuit
The method is simple — just point your phone and scream at your camera, and the app will take care of snapping a shot for you. The app’s live view will initially show your face as a jumble of pixel blocks. To clear up the screen and snap a photo, just make some noise. Also Read - Clips: Here's how Apple wants to help you make quick Stories
“As soon as the shout hits the required number of decibels, the pixelated screen will clear and the camera snaps a selfie,” Triggertrap said. Also Read - Facebook launches new "sidebar status" update for iOS and Android users
There is also a smart face detection built into the software that makes sure it only snaps a photo when there is a face in the frame. The selfie can be shared to Twitter from inside the app. Users can download Triggertrap Selfie for free from the App Store. So, keep screaming.