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SnapBack app uses rear facing and front facing cameras in succession

Nickolas Kola, an aspiring Sydney-based entrepreneur, has created an incredible app. SnapBack has what we call Successive Snap, using both the rear facing and front facing cameras in succession to take two images. The first image is taken by you, the second image is taken of you. The idea was you would take a photo and get your reaction at the same time. Other features include having the ability to add frames, filters and textures. If you’ve always wanted to capture those exciting moments in your life, this app is what you need.


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