SNAPTASTIC My cat is a fat cat so she loves the fact the dot is slapable. But she tends to send my s4 across the room.. also found it works great for ur kids to touch the dot not knowing u are taking a photo.. and helps catch which kids grab it.. will charging I left this app going and walked out the room... lol ;) sneaky mom tricks!!!
My son loves it! Such a simple yet clever app. My son absolutely loves it and it keeps him occupied for hours. Love the Facebook intergration also which makes sending selfies so much easier. I do wish there was some way to slow down the red dot as it sometimes scares my son away
Cool idea but... My cats love chasing the dot and the way it moves is perfect for its purpose, but it won't take any photo. No error messages, only the gallery is empty even after hitting the screen repeatedly. I guess it doesn't recognize my camera. I have a samsung galaxy ace 2 running android 2.3
Cool concept But doesn't keep my cat interested. Should be able to customize the dot like making it smaller, maybe laser pointer sized. Also would be great if you could make it look like a fly walking around on a white screen. If something like this is implemented and my cats actually play with it I'll give 5 stars. Other than that the app works like it should.
My cats weren't impressed Its a really cool idea, but my cats didn't think so. One of them didn't even give it a second glance. My other cat will watch the dot but she doesn't touch it so I didn't get any cat selfies
Bummed It's a fun idea, but neither of my cats were very interested. I couldn't get them to swat at it to take any pics. I wish it made noises to make it more interesting for the cats.
- Native facebook & twitter integration
- Android intent share support
- New onboarding screen
- Migrate to Aviary SDK v3
- Support API lvl 9 devices
- EyeEm attached accounts dialog before sending
- Don't crash if camera is not available
- Keep screen awake
- Replaced StaggeredGridView with gallery like view
- Use Picasso from Square for image loading
Developed in 24 hours during EyeEm's Photo Hack Day 3 in Berlin.