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Mail My Pics

Mail My Pics


MailMyPics app can capture several pictures in a batch and send them to a specified email address, transfer them to cloud or share them on social media instantly. This app makes it convenient to share your photos straight after taking them.

Although there are many uses for this app, an important one is the ability to covertly collect evidence if you become a witness of crime or some other wrongdoing. The camera is silent, so you should not worry about being heard taking pictures if you are in a volatile situation. Likewise, the photos can instantly be sent to the specified email address (e.g. police or your close ones), so there is no way for anyone to destroy the evidence, even if they take possession of your device.

On the main screen, you can enter an email address, subject and email body. You can also specify a number of pictures in the batch. Once done, Camera button will open the camera. Tapping anywhere on the screen surface will make the app take a picture. Once you reach the number of snaps that you have specified on the previous screen, the app opens a list of suitable apps, such as email clients, social media or cloud storage, with all details already filled and the fresh pictures already attached as files, ready for you to click the "send" button.

The app works as well on tablets as it does on the phones. It is an evolving product with new features being added to new versions, which the users will receive automatically when new releases are published.


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