Last night we gave you a sneak peek at DualShot, the new app meant to replicate the popular Frontback app on iOS. That free app has now gone live in the Store for all to download (well, Windows Phone 8 users at least).
By taking two photos—one with the rear camera and one with the front—DualShot allows you to capture a new perspective on the world. Now when you share your photos, people will see your reaction to whatever it is you’re actually seeing at the moment. We could imagine a lot of hilarious images could come out of usage of this app, indeed you all can see that I’m not a morning person in the photo above (yes, my hair is even crazier).
DualShot is built off of the Nokia camera SDK and it’s a well-designed app—fast, fluid and simple to use. Once you are done with the photo, you can apply some filters to spice things up and then directly share to Facebook or Twitter. Of course a copy gets saved to your camera roll as well, should you want to save it for later. The app also features Lens support for quick access and the saving to your Lockscreen directly.
It’s a fun app, free and of high quality. Nothing speaks better to Windows Phone than those qualifications.
Pick up DualShot here in the Store now and show us what you see.
Thanks, Missionsparta and others for the tip
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