Magnifier & Microscope [Cozy]
- Version: 3.3.0
- Size: 2.1M
- Author: HANTOR
- Language: English
- Rating: 4.2
What is Magnifier and Microscope app?
Magnifier and Microscope app will be your in-the-pocket magnifying glass. There are a number of reasons why you might be needing magnification. Apart from simple reading, it could also be deciphering some really small fonts in circuits or for reading the price of any product for those who have problems with reading up close. For them, this app turns into a useful, multipurpose mobile application that can be used on the go. Its main features are magnifier and picture freezing.
The magnifier has H/W magnification of live images as well as x4 S/W magnification. It lets you autofocus continuously on the image for absolutely close-up picture. On the other hand, the picture freezing is for a better and more stable vision of the picture. On many occasions, our hands shake or we cannot keep the main picture in focus when magnified too much.
That is where picture freezing helps. It keeps the screen frozen on the image you want to click and helps you in taking a neat shot or see it clearly. It specifically helps when you are in motion, especially a car or bus. But the microscope feature is the finest among them all. It gets a more refined and zoomed in view than the magnifying glass.
The other complementary features of the Magnifier and Microscope app include the easy to manoeuvre zooming bar. You can smoothly go in and out by sliding the bar up and down. Or to make it easier, simply pinch on the screen to zoom out and spread your index and thumb to zoom out. The app has a range of photo effect filters as well, that are frequently used for editing, such as negative, mono, sepia and more.
The Magnifier and Microscope app has very cleverly included an LED flashlight on and off option with the app, which you can turn on or turn off with the volume up and down button. It will come handy if you need to focus on something in the dark. The pictures you take via the Magnifier and Microscope app are always saved in ‘What You See Is What You Get’ mode, which means the image saved will be an exact copy of what you see in the screen while capturing. To take a picture you can either touch the camera icon on the screen or press the volume button with the camera open. The pictures are not auto-saved, so you have to do it using the save icon.
The Magnifier and Microscope app helps you in more than one ways. It will be your easily portable magnifying glass in all cases, except with this, you can take clear, zoomed in pictures as well. The picture quality will depend on what kind of camera your phone has. But otherwise, you can take pretty good macro images by zooming in on the subject and focusing on the small item in the picture. The gallery within the app lets you browse through the images in a gallery form, so that you can choose quickly between a series of photos and pick the best for sharing.