Taking the best picture at the short span of your momentous time that occurs only once in a life time is not only difficult but also sometimes impossible. Moreover, most of the times people do regret to have missed the best frames of their monumental moments. But now with the coming of the new app called Vhoto for iPhones, users will get the opportunity to take the best frames out to savor them later in their lives.
Vhoto is actually an app that's likely to appeal to you since it extracts the best of photos from your iPhone videos. Don't get confused here because this is nothing like the feature, which iPhone 5 has that lets you click images while recording videos. Vhoto is different in the way it functions.
The app extracts pictures from clips after you've shot them and it's also supported by a Vhoto network, which lets users to upload and hashtag snaps. Also you can tap on a particular part of your screen while capturing videos so that the tool knows where to focus. Moreover, the interesting part of the app is that it does this on its own using a Chooser software, while its computer vision technology is said to make sure that you get great shots.
The app also learns from your liking habits and it can pick better and better photos from your iPhone videos each time you use it. The app also comes with an Instagram-like filtering, editing, and sharing tools. You can use Vhoto to capture video directly though it can also work its video-to-photo magic on existing videos.
Vhoto can be downloaded from iTunes for free. It is compatible with Apple devices running iOS 7.0 later and is optimized for the iPhone 5.