When Samsung announced its Galaxy S4 earlier this year, it introduced a large number of features that not only helped expand what its users can do with the device through proprietary apps, but they also made some big changes to its camera software. One feature Samsung implemented into its camera software is the ability to take a photo using both the front-facing and rear-facing cameras on its Galaxy S4. We’re sure a number of iOS users are rather envious of this feature being available on the Galaxy S4, but a new iOS app gives you this exact feature, which will hopefully lead to be just a little less envious.
The application is called Frontback and, as the name would suggest, it allows you to take a photo using both the front- and rear-facing cameras at the same time, which they can proceed to combine both images into a single one. Once the image is created, users can proceed to tag their location and share their masterpiece on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Just remember you should create a somewhat interesting image using both the front- and rear-facing camera prior to sharing your creation with the world.
Frontback is currently available to download on your iOS device of choice. Best of all, the app is completely free to download, so get cracking on those dual-camera photos!
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