Shoot gorgeous photos with the entire display of your iPhone. Goodbye black bars!
1. Gorgeous Fullscreen Photos
FullPix takes gorgeous photos using your entire iPhone's screen, and auto-enhances them using Apple's own algorithm (the Magic Wand) before saving them to the standard Camera Roll.
2. Beautiful Fullscreen Gallery
Browsing through recent pictures is a joy. Photos look amazing fullscreen and are already rotated, so they always fill your iPhone's entire screen and never "fall" if you turn your iPhone. Even regular photos (taken with Apple's standard camera app) are displayed in FullPix's gallery in fullscreen and properly rotated, with their aspect ratio preserved. Double tap to zoom or see them in the original size.
3. Dual Lens Fusion Support
On dual camera devices (iPhone X/XS/XS Max, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 7 Plus) FullPix will use the latest camera fusion technology to combine output from both camera lens for an amazing picture. For optically zoomed photos, touch the lens icon to switch to just the Telephoto camera. Touch again to return to the Fusion (Dual Camera) mode.
4. Amazing Selfies with Incredible Colors
Selfies look gorgeous with FullPix. You have more space on the full screen to include more friends, and photos are no longer flipped (as the standard camera app does), so you look in selfies just like you look on screen when you take them. And the auto enhancing algorithm makes colors much more enjoyable.
5. Save a Lot of Space and Reduce Data Charges
FullPix saves by default photos perfectly optimized for the resolution of your iPhone. They take a lot less space in your library, your device and/or your iCloud account. Sharing them is much faster and less data-consuming. However, if you prefer to preserve full resolution photos you can change that in Settings -> FullPix.
The free app allows you to take as many photos as you want but it will save them only in the iPhone's screen size, it will place our beautiful FullPix signature in a corner on any new image and it will offer an optional text "Shared by #FullPix" with link when sharing photos. You can buy the Full Version from the Settings screen (top left icon) to be able to eliminate these limitations if you prefer.
Optimized for iPhone X, XS, XS Max, iPhone 5S/6/6S/7/8/Plus, iPhone SE.
We are working hard to offer you the best camera app for iPhone's screen. If you encounter any issue with FullPix or if you would like to send us a feature request or a suggestion please send us an email at email@example.com.
Optimizations for the new iPhone models
Ratings and Reviews
Seems to do the same as zooming the Apple camera app
This app’s pictures look the same as when I use the Apple camera app and zoom the picture to full screen which cuts out some of the original height or width depending on portrait or landscape. So it saves you the step of having to zoom with your fingers. It doesn’t extend the picture to a full screen version of the original Apple camera app picture with the black bars at the edges. I guess the picture’s aspect ratio is fixed from the camera and is different then the screen’s ratio. The camera can only capture a certain ratio. To get it to fill the screen requires zoom. I think. Maybe. Yeah. That’s got to be it. Developers can you say if this is doing anything other than zooming the Apple app taken picture and zooming it?
Developer Response ,
You are right, FullPix extends the image taken with the camera(s) to the entire screen, keeping the aspect ratio and cropping what goes out of the screen. It does more than that though: it applies Apple’s own “magic wand” algorithm for enhancing the picture (hence the beautiful colors and contrast), plus it can optionally save the photos at the iPhone’s screen resolution (saving about 80% of the space without impacting the quality of photos when viewed on iPhone’s gorgeous screen) and it presents all photos in an innovative full screen gallery that doesn’t require constant turning and zooming to see the photos full screen.
Can’t crop and save
It would be nice if I could crop a photo that is on the phone but taken by another device and be able to crop that to full screen IPhone xsmax size and be able to save it to the iPhone photo app.
Developer Response ,
Just open the photo in the FullPix gallery. It will show it full screen without the need to crop it. If you still want to crop it, just take a screenshot.
People Leaving 1 Star Reviews Don’t Get It
Title says it all. I was very disappointed when I got an iPhone XS to discover it only took 4:3 photos just like my previous 6s did. This was especially annoying when I tried to take a photo of something I would want to use as a wallpaper. This app is how the iPhone should take photos by default.
People leaving low reviews don’t seem to get the point of the app. Sure, you can take a photo, zoom in, screenshot it, and accomplish the same thing, but that’s a huge pain and nearly impossible to do without losing half the photo.
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- Client Management SRL
- 12.8 MB
- Photo & Video
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip or later.
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- In-App Purchases
- Full Version $1.99