Snapily’s First-Ever 3D App Turns iPhones and iPads into 3D Cameras

Photo enthusiasts can also turn to Snapily.com to print high-quality 3D photos taken with the Snapily 3D app and with 3D cameras

NEW YORK — (BUSINESS WIRE) — December 7, 2011 — For the first time, iPhone and iPad users will be able to take actual 3D pictures with Snapily’s new 3D app, Snapily 3D, available worldwide today exclusively through the App Store. Snapily 3D allows iPhone 4 and iPad 2 owners to turn their iPhone or iPad into a 3D camera and shoot true stereoscopic 3D pictures. The app offers users several shooting and view modes (including gyroscope and anaglyph mode, for which 3D glasses are required) and also enables them to share their photos via email or on Flickr, Facebook and Twitter. Additionally, they can order 3D prints directly from their iPhone or iPad – for only $3.99/print.

The Snapily 3D iOS app is available for $1.99 in multiple languages in iTunes’ Photo & Video category.

Snapily is also launching a new online service enabling 3D camera owners and 3D smartphone owners to quickly and affordably print high-quality 3D files (including MPO and JPS formats). The process is easy: after uploading their favorite 3D pictures to www.snapily.com/3Dprints, photo lovers can order their 3D prints directly from the website and have them shipped by Snapily within days. 3D prints start at only $3.99 each. (Buy more and save!)

“Shooting, sharing and printing high-quality 3D pictures has never been easier or more affordable!” said CEO Vered Levy-Ron. “By pioneering the very first app that turns iPhones and iPads into 3D cameras, we are leveraging our established 3D expertise to literally bring the 3D experience to consumers’ fingertips. 3D is the future and we are already there making it affordable for everyone to enjoy.”

The Snapily 3D iOS app is available for $1.99 in multiple languages in iTunes’ Photo & Video category.

For all things Snapily, including more information about the company’s entire line of customizable 3D and flip animated products, please go to: www.snapily.com.



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