Speaking Photo App for Android Review

Speaking Photo app for Android provides a way to turn your photos into interesting stories. The app let you add 30-second voice note to your photos so that you can cherish your moments in a creative and unforgettable manner. You can download Speaking Photo app for free from Google Play Store.

Features

From a user perspective, all you got to do is to snap photo using your device camera and add a 30-second voice clip so that every time you view the photo, you can also listen to the voice recording. You can also create such ‘speaking photos’ out of images already stored in your gallery. Keep in mind that it allows only up to 30-second voice clips. Beyond 30 seconds, the recording automatically stops. Of course, you can share your photo stories with others through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. Using Speaking Photo for Android is pretty easy. You only got three choices to make: ‘shoot’, ‘speak’ or ‘share’. If you choose ‘shoot’, you can click a photo before you record the voice clip. If you select ‘speak’, then you just select a photo from the gallery before adding your voice note. The ‘share’ option provides you with the options to share the speaking photos with others.

Speaking Photo App for Android

You can customize the app settings. It is also possible to search public gallery using hash tags. Public gallery is the place from which users can share their photo stories with others. Speaking Photo app is stable and responsive. It does not crash or lag while testing. The app also let you preview your photo stories before you do something about it. On the flip side, Speaking Photo app does not support landscape mode. Speaking Photo is compatible with Android OS 4.0 and up.

Conclusion

Speaking Photo app for Android offers a creative way to relive your favorite moments through picture stories. It is pretty easy to create speaking photos using the app. You can preview the photos before sharing it. The speaking photos can be shared with others through Facebook or Twitter. The ability to search photos in the gallery using hash tags might come handy at times. Lack of support for landscape mode is perplexing. Performance wise, the app is stable and responsive. If you are in the lookout for an app that let you snap and quickly share photos with voice recordings, check this one out.

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