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QuickPix Lets You Snap Photos While Recording Video on iPhone and iPad

QuickPix Lets You Snap Photos While Recording Video on iPhone and iPad

A clever new app called QuickPix ($1.99, App Store link) has hit the App Store, allowing users to take photos while simultaneously recording video on an iOS device – something I’ve often wished I could do when capturing a moment.

The app features two main buttons to control video recording and snapshots, and both pictures and video are automatically added to your device’s camera roll to view on your device or sync to your Mac or PC.

Even better – the photos snapped through QuickPix while recording videos are captured in full resolution – not just the resolution of the video you’re recording. Amazing.

QuickPix is available now from the App Store as a universal app for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch ($1.99, App Store link).

  1. Mike says:

    Why not take the video then during playback use the sleep and home button image capture. Does the same job. I use it all the time. X

    1. You don’t get full resolution that way.

      1. Eric Morgan says:

        This is a lie anyway. If you have a 4s the photo is not full resolution. A 1080p video will be much less than an 8 mp photo. Other sites post the truth. Look at the screenshot. It’s a wallet size photo. And if you go to print it
        out don’t go bigger than 3×5 or it will be pixellated. .

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