Not only are iPad 2 sales underway, but iPad 2 compatible and specific iOS apps are beginning to shuffle their way into the App Store. We shared with you fine readers, just a few days ago, that GUI Cocoa had already submitted their iPad 2-related update of QuickShot with Dropbox for review. Perfectly enough, the update appeared just in time for iPad 2 owners to utilize it.
QuickShot with Dropbox v1.4 allows iPad 2 owners to instantly send snapshots to their Dropbox accounts. Like the iPhone 4 and fourth generation iPod touch, QuickShot with Dropbox has the quick camera toggle in the top-right corner to change from the rear to the front camera and vice-versa.
Supporting the iPad 2 wasn’t the only improvement supplied with this update. GUI Cocoa added the option to disable geotagging for those who don’t want their photos to contain location data, plus a clarification in the settings panel about the “Photo” quality setting implying full resolution capture.
For the iPad 2 and 4G iPod touch, the native still image capture resolution for the rear camera is 960 x 720. The iPhone 3GS can snap photos at a maximum of 2048 x 1536 pixels. At the top, the iPhone 4′s rear camera can grab stills at 2560 x 1944. The front camera of the 4G iPod touch, iPad 2, and iPhone 4 is capable of 640 x 480 captures. As a final reminder, the iPhone 4 is the only iDevice thus far with LED flash support.
QuickShot features instant uploading to a specified Dropbox folder, including a background queue as photos are continually captured, and the added option of saving a copy of the photo to your Camera Roll, if desired. QuickShot also offers four different quality settings, photo library uploading (minus video files), geotagging, and true background multitasking; so you can feel free to switch apps without interruption.
QuickShot with Dropbox is a universal app compatible with iPad 2, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, and fourth generation iPod touch running iOS 4.0 or later. Grab your copy in the App Store for just $.99.