The application takes real pictures and videos at the lowest luminosity without any additional appliances on iPhone. Sophisticated algorithm was developed during 4 years - now you can judge the result! The new Maximal Amplification Mode - culmination of our Research and Development team, utilises a breakthrough technology, pushing all the computing and hardware abilities of your phone to the limit, thus producing an outstanding effect. Our team is continuously working to optimize and enhance application's image processing core.
The application works without any delays and lags. During the photo/video recording you can dynamically change camera sensitivity to achieve the best result as well as set any 1-8x zoom simultaneous to the recoding. The application has own library to organise photos and videos, and share them on the Facebook, DropBox and Twitter.
•Amplification mode picker
•Colour saturation picker
•Green amplification mode
•Front, rear camera
•HD photo video mode
•Focus refresh button
•Built In library
•Photo video slider
•E-mail photo video share
•Facebook photo video share
•Twitter photo video share
•Dropbox photo video share
Bug fixes and minor improvements
Ratings and Reviews
Don't bother with this
The theory about how it works makes some sense. Use the camera lens at its widest aperture to gather as much light as possible and "see" an enhanced view of the surroundings, as compared to naked eyes.
The problem is that your device certainly is not equipped with the hardware to do this job effectively. Consumer cameras (and phones/tablets) are generally not equipped with the type of monster lens that would be required to squeeze some light out of what your eyes would perceive as darkness. That's why they come with flashes. Don't think for a minute that some obscure app will turn your tablet into a military-grade set of night vision goggles. Two things will happen: (1) you'll find yourself staring at a dark screen and (2) you'll close the app and turn the iPad around and use the display as a lighting device.
Don't listen to the trolls.
Those who are just seeing a black screen aren't taking the time to learn how to use it. The idea that all of the positive reviewers were paid is just absurd - this is a $2 app, people.
Of course it's not IR, and it's not claiming to be. The picture is enhanced digitally, so you do need at least a little bit of light - enough for your eyes to see with, and maybe a smidgen more.
Yes, it's grainy - but it's a *cool* kind of grainy, because it really is actual, functional low-light vision, giving you a dramatic amount of detail where the regular camera would only yield a blank screen. It's bloody well amazing, and I couldn't recommend it more highly.
If your truly looking to see in the pitch black, DONT BUY THIS APP. It's only made for soft lighting. It's like a camera with little extra enhancement. And whoever said that you have to mess with the "settings" so your capable of seeing in the dark, yea well your wrong. I messed with all the settings and what do you know, just another garbage app and complete total waste of money. I can't believe you even charge $3 for this app. What a rip off, I feel robbed. Not even 5 minutes later and I deleted it even after paying $3. Bunch of hustlers, that's all they are...
Data Not Collected
The developer does not collect any data from this app.
Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More
- Tigran Mkhitaryan
- 11.3 MB
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 10.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip or later.
- Age Rating
- © Studeo4iOS
- In-App Purchases
- Maximal Amplification $2.99