Slide – 3D GIF Camera 4+

Will Global

    • 3.0 • 100 Ratings
    • $1.99

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Description

Shoot 3D photos with your iPhone camera.

Slide is a brand new way to create 3D photos with your iPhone. Compose your shot then move your device in one smooth and swift horizontal motion to capture. Tap the subject of your photo and it magically becomes 3D. Ready to share as a looping GIF or video to Instagram, iMessage, Twitter, Facebook and more.

Slides look best when you shoot a well-lit scene with a foreground, subject, and background. Depth is cool. Layers are cool. Slides are cool. You’ll see.



Requires an iPhone 5s or higher.



Made by William Wilkinson & Deepak Mantena
@slidecamera
http://slide.camera

What’s New

Version 1.0

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

Ratings and Reviews

3.0 out of 5
100 Ratings

100 Ratings

IsaacSyed1 ,

Has potential...needs improvements.

Interesting and cool app. Very simple and a unique concept. The exposure needs to be adjusted since photos are almost pitch black in lower lighting. Also a slightly longer GIF would be nice. Another good idea was to change to frontal facing cam too. Make these changes and you'll have the foundation for a killer app.

Eric meltz ,

Works well in specific situations

This app reminds me a lot of the finicky film cameras that it was modeled on. It only works if you learn how to use it. That means composing your picture first and then sliding the camera, and also remembering to only shoot extremely well lit scenes as the 240 frames per second camera that this app uses has a small sensor and a fast shutter speed. That said used right it is a really neat introduction into the world of wigglegrams and it costs about 1/20th what the cheapest film stereo graphic camera costs!

nihilminus ,

actually pretty good, unique app

i was a bit hesitant to download after reading the reviews, but as there's such a lack of good gif making apps on here, i decided to try it out. it actually works really well. you do have to frame the image in-camera before shooting, but it's not too difficult to do, not sure why everyone is freaking out about that. the reason it doesn't work well in low light is that it's using the high speed camera (240 fps) which doesn't work well in low light - it's this fast shutter speed that allows the app to capture an almost still image. plan on using it in good lighting. looking forward to more features & improvements.

App Privacy

The developer, Will Global, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

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

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