*** For all devices with iOS 7.1 or above, user should get the second generation of this app: iSelfie Two - remote selfie video cam, from https://itunes.apple.com/app/id965973262. It provides more features and better performance.
***** Recommended from TUAW:
iSelfie is a very clever free app that lets you take pictures from one iOS device, remotely controlling it from another ...... iSelfie is a nice app that actually solves a problem.
***** Recommended from TrickyWays:
For iOS users iSelfie is a free app that makes easy for selfies to take photos by pairing two of iDevices via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi.
***** Recommended from iAvengers:
iSelfie is a free app and really convenient for those who is recruiting a device to take pictures remotely via iPhone.
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iSelfie is a free app to wireless connect between two iOS devices. One act as camera host, another one act as remote controller. Using device-to-device WiFi connection, no 3G or WiFi router is required. Once connected, remote controller can preview and take pictures using the high resolution of back camera of the host. Adjustable timer is also provided for user convenience. This self portrait app is unique that can let user preview on remote side. No more re-take. No more missing person. Designed for selfie lovers!
- wireless connect two iOS devices, one act as camera host, the other one act as remote controller.
- support iOS 7 nearby WiFi, which is device to device direct connection. No 3G or WiFi router is required.
- also support Bluetooth connection for iOS 5 or 6 devices.
- both devices show the camera preview of the host.
- use high resolution back camera to take picture. Better quality and wider background. No more stretching arm!
- controller able to take multiple pictures when connected.
- adjustable timer on controller, for group of people to get ready.
- provide AE/AF and white balance control on the remote controller.
- remote control the torch mode of the back-LED of the host, if available.
- optional date time and watermark on photo.
- share photo within iSelfie, or share using the default camera roll feature.
- photo save to camera roll, which selfies can edit before share.
HOW TO USE:
This app is universal to iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. Install iSelfie to 2 iOS devices. Turn on either WiFi or Bluetooth for the 2 devices. Choose one of them as camera host, the other one as remote controller. Wait for the popup connection dialog box, choose the device to connect and click "Accept" on the other device. That is. User should be able to see camera preview on both devices.
- iOS 5 or above. Device-to-device (d2d) WiFi requires iOS 7. Recommend using d2d WiFi for faster and stable connection.
- iPod Touch 4, iPhone 4 or The New iPad or above hardware.
- No 3G or WiFi router is required. Devices are direct wireless connect to each other.
- for iOS 8, this app requires to access "Photo" and "Camera" privacy.
- for iOS 6 or 7, this app requires to access "Photo" privacy.
- for iOS 5, this app requires to access "Location Services" privacy.
** Remarks / Tips:
- To get better performance, turn on either WiFi or Bluetooth, but not both, as they may interfere with each other.
- Video tutorial and trouble shooting are provided on official support website.
- Each device should have a name, otherwise, it will NOT able to connect.
iSelfie is already installed over 20000 times in 2014. Get it NOW for all your iOS devices! It is unique and cool, and is the most exciting app for taking pictures for yourself, your friends, and your family!
- bugfix for iOS 8.1 iPad
- minor enhancements
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Great when it works! Crashes host camera.
Tried with iPhone 6 remote and iPhone 7 host. App would crash on host after a random number of photos.
Same with iPhone 6 host and iPhone 7 remote.
Bummer. We took a bunch of photos before realizing the host had crashed. :(
This could be a great app that I would pay money for if it works.
Couldn’t figure it out and kept crashing
I couldn’t get it to link via bluetooth, then when I got it to work via WiFi it froze up on one phone, crashed on the other and didn’t save the photos… blah
Not up to date
Does not ask for access to my camera so all I get are black “photos”. Connects iPad and iPhone and triggers fine but that doesn’t do any good when there is no image.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.