Camera Remote Watch 4+

AppMosaic.com

Designed for iPad

    • $1.99

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Description

Remote control the phone camera shutter from your Fitbit or Garmin smartwatch and take a picture without touching your phone.

Remote control the phone camera shutter from your Fitbit or Garmin smartwatch and take a picture without touching your phone.

Please watch the video and read the FAQ:
http://www.CameraRemoteWatch.com/

Open the phone app "Camera Remote Watch" and adjust the camera view.
On your watch: open the app "Camera Remote Watch" and tap the Camera button to trigger the camera shutter on your phone.

The photo will be stored in your phone photo gallery and you can access it with the iOS "Photos" app.

A copy of the photo will be shown on your watch, so that you can check if it looks good or if you should take another picture.

Please make sure that the watch and the phone are connected before starting to take pictures.

The Fitbit phone app "Sync" step, shown in the video, is very important. Don't skip it and make sure that the watch app Camera Remote Watch is closed during the Sync.
Please be patient when downloading the new photo (the Fitbit is slow). If the watch display goes black during the download of the photo, just tap the watch screen to switch the display on again.

Please read the FAQ:
http://www.cameraremotewatch.com/faq/

What’s New

Version 1.0.4

Please watch the video and read the FAQ:
http://www.CameraRemoteWatch.com/
The Fitbit phone app "Sync" step, shown in the video, is very important. Don't skip it and make sure that the watch app Camera Remote Watch is closed during the Sync.
Please be patient when downloading the photo, the Fitbit connectivity is slow and unreliable.

Ratings and Reviews

3.0 out of 5
1 Rating

1 Rating

Kratos321 ,

Got it to work on my Versa and iPhone 10.

I first synced the Fitbit app with my Versa. It’s important to Keep the Fitbit app running in the background. Open the camera remote watch app on the iPhone. Open on the Fitbit camera remote app. Take a picture remotely. It’s a little slow connecting which is why I’m giving it 3 stars.

slimgdy2u ,

This does what it says it to

Who would think that you would not need your phone there’s no camera on your Fitbit this is good if you take group shots or selfie’s from across a room or something
Would be If you had the option to turn off the shutter sound

Batn4th ,

As advertised

I downloaded this app to my iPhone 8 Plus. It loaded up right away. I clicked ‘allow’ for permission to access my photos and my camera. I clicked open the app on my Versa 2. I tapped on the camera icon as I was holding up my phone. The app activated the shutter on my phone. No problems whatsoever. I look forward to using this with my selfie stick or to do group photos that I’m in, or maybe just instead of using the button on my phone.

App Privacy

The developer, AppMosaic.com, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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