SuperPhoto for iOS

March 27, 2012 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Software | 2 Comments |
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North Carolina based Carve Gybe Software today introduced SuperPhoto, a new iOS Universal App designed for ease-of-use. The app simplifies the iOS camera to just three buttons and also follows Apple’s Accessibility standards. “We created SuperPhoto for everybody - kids, parents, and grandparents who want to enjoy the moment and share it,” says founder John Alexander. SuperPhoto is available on iTunes for $0.99.

Carve Gybe Software Press Release

SuperPhoto Easy iOS Photo Sharing App Announced By Carve Gybe Software

North Carolina based Carve Gybe Software today introduces SuperPhoto 1.0, its brand new iOS Universal App. SuperPhoto offers the simplest way to take and share photos. With just three functions, the new camera app was designed for ease-of-use allowing users to enjoy the moment, and take and share better photos. SuperPhoto also follows Apple’s Accessibility guidelines and allows visually impaired users full access to all features using VoiceOver.

Greensboro, North Carolina - Carve Gybe Software today is proud to announce the availability of SuperPhoto, a new iOS Universal App that they call “the simplest way to take and share photos”. The new camera app was designed for ease-of-use allowing users to enjoy the moment and take and share better photos.

SuperPhoto simplifies the iOS camera to just three buttons. “I want a camera that gets out of the way, lets me capture the moment and share it with family. SuperPhoto does exactly that.” States Carve Gybe Software founder John Alexander. iOS devices are now used by a growing range of people - not just tech types, and Carve Gybe believes that everyone should have an easy-to-use camera. “We created SuperPhoto for everybody - kids, parents, and grandparents who want to enjoy the moment and share it” says Alexander.

SuperPhoto also follows Apple’s Accessibility standards and using Apple’s VoiceOver which is included on all iOS devices, is 100% accessible by visually impaired users, making it one of the few camera apps to be so.

A single touch of a prominent Share button takes a photo and shares it through Email, Twitter or Facebook. When sharing is not needed, one touch of the Camera button simply takes a photo. Users may later view and edit their photos in Apple’s Photos App just like any other photo. Touching the Print button will capture and send a photo to any nearby AirPrint capable printer.

Carve Gybe believes these three functions are easy to explain and to use by anybody. A Settings area lets the user choose the default sharing method, optional default text if wanted, and in the case of email allows the further option of sending the photo as a pdf file.

Device Requirements:
* Camera-Capable Device
* iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, 4G iPod touch
* iPad 2 Wi-Fi, iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G, 3G iPad and iPad Wi-Fi + 4G
* Requires iOS 5.0 or later
* Universal Application
* 4.6 MB

Pricing and Availability:
SuperPhoto 1.0 is only $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Photo & Video category.

Carve Gybe Software: http://www.carvegybesoftware.com SuperPhoto 1.0: http://www.carvegybesoftware.com/home/SuperPhoto.html
Purchase and Download: http://itunes.apple.com/app/superphoto/id499933207

Based in Greensboro, North Carolina, Carve Gybe Software is a privately held company founded in 2011 by John Alexander. The name of the company derives from a method of quickly changing sail direction while turning a windsurf board, called a “carve gybe”. Copyright (C) 2011-2012 Carve Gybe Software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.



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