When I first saw the name of this app, I thought it would take pictures in the pitch dark. What it actually does makes a lot more sense. As any photographer knows, if you take pictures at night it requires a longer shutter speed. Since you have to hold the camera still for a longer period of time than normal, which can be difficult to do, you often end up with shaky, blurred pictures.
What this app does is wait until the phone is completely still to snap your shot in the hopes that it will come out clear every time. Just launch the app, hold the phone still and it will take it automatically. (Don’t want to wait? You can also touch the camera button to snap your picture immediately, but that kind of defeats the purpose.) If you weren’t ready or you don’t like how it turns out, simply touch the retake photo button and try again. Happy? Touch use photo and get on with your day. The program will save it to your library for you.
It’s really an ingenious app if you think about it and it works pretty well. The photos I took with it came out with very minimal blurring. The only problem I had was the fact that it took a little too many pictures. I guess I have a pretty steady hand, because I ended up with about 20 pictures of my hand, the iPhone’s case, etc., before I had a chance to get that shot of the theater marquee. The app could also benefit from a “how to” or “help” section.