The Ghump application for iPhone/iPad is pretty cool in its own right.
It has just come out in the market and is going to arrive on shelves of superstores soon. The Ghump app is the latest version of a device that allows your pics to appear on any Net-related screen with magical alacrity and pertness. It was invented or rather designed by Pedro Correia.
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You can engage in the flow of photos from your iPhone or iPad onto such large scale screens as those of a television, computer video display unit or any other gadget. All you really need is a camera and an Internet socket to plug into and your job is done. The difference is in the details.
This app runs on wireless and has no hardware or software needs that have to be fulfilled at all costs. The seamless experience is the selfsame one that the late Apple head Steve Jobs built into the gadgets he conceived for the conglomerate. With such technology that is so advanced that you cannot fathom its limits, the difference between it and magic simply disappears into thin air.
Coming back to the topic at hand, the operational basis of the job can be accomplished within three simple procedures. Firstly, access the Ghump website on the gadget on which you want to view the pics. Secondly, start the app on the device and point the pics at the screen with a QR code.
Finally, choose your pics and press the finish button. There are two options that you have as the pic taker: speed and quality. These will allow you to calibrate the entire orientation of your photographic cache towards the device on which you are projecting those digital images. And while you are at it you may change from one pic to the next one and as many others as you like.
“Imagine that you are at a party and you want to quickly display that funny picture that you have on your iPhone on a TV for everyone to see,” said Pedro Correia. “Just open www.ghump.com on the TV and point your phone to the screen. The picture will appear on the TV almost instantly, just like magic.”
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Meanwhile, the zoom factor remains and you can enlarge or minimize images to your heart’s content. The founder of the app has this much to say about Ghump: “If you are at a party and need to show the rest of your colleagues a pic or two, you just have to point your smartphone in the direction of the television and the pic will appear on it like magic”. Now that is what we call the art of arts. Get this app and enjoy the pleasures of virtual photography…anytime…anywhere!