There are few ways to take better Selfie with your Android phone. For example, you can use a Bluetooth remote control or a free solution “Snap Clap” for that. “Selfie” means “a photograph that one has taken of oneself”. Here is how to use Snap Clap to take better selfies with your Android phone.



Usually people use the front camera on their phone to take selfies, but it is very difficult to fit everybody in the snap. Also, the result will be poor as the low resolution of the front camera. Snap Clap overcome these limitations and lets you take photos by just clapping your hands.

The app is simple to use. After installation, run the app, place your device wherever you want, join your friends and clap hands (single clap). Within few seconds, Snap Clap activated and takes photo. You can identify it via sound and flashlight.

The app offers few camera controls as well. Tap the settings (clog icon) and you can select the front or back camera, tweak the flash settings (on/ off/ auto), set the countdown time (2/4/6 seconds), adjust volume sound and enable/disable camera grid.

Any photos you take can be edited and share with friend via e-mail, Facebook or Twitter.

Note: The Snap Clap app does not always work as it should, however, the performance is not too bad. In my experience it works in most times.

You can download Snap Clap from Play Store for free.

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