New iPhone Application Allows Users to Take Pictures Discreetly

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Imaginary Feet, a software development company, has released the groundbreaking iPhone application “SpyPic”, which enables users to take photographs while appearing to operate their phones normally.

SpyPic allows users to take discreet photos by replacing the camera preview screen with “alibi activities”, which simulate non-camera related phone usage. These alibi activities might portray the user surfing the web, checking the weather, or sending a text message, to name a few. Users interact with the alibis by swiping left and right, further simulating actual phone usage. A quick swipe up or down and users adjust the transparency of the alibi activities to preview the pictures they take. A quick tap anywhere on the screen snaps the photo. iPhone 4 users can shake their phones to switch the camera from front to back and vice versa.

The SpyPic application is the first of its kind in iPhone photography. With it, users employ simple hand gestures and phone maneuvers to toggle from one setting to the next. This enables users to take the pictures they want quickly, easily, and discreetly.

Imaginary Feet’s SpyPic is available in the Apple app store for $1.99 and supports the iPhone 4, 3GS, and 3G. For more information on SpyPic visit

Imaginary Feet concepts, designs, and develops unique, bleeding edge web applications and iPhone applications. To learn more about Imaginary Feet, visit


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