Lapse is an Android application that mimics an old-fashioned disposable camera. You can take pictures that will be revealed later.
The app is designed to mimic the experience of a disposable camera. Upon taking a photograph with Lapse, you do not immediately view the captured image. Instead, the utility stores the picture and reveals it at random intervals later in the day. This feature resembles the waiting for a film to develop.
A distinctive feature of Lapse is its monthly photodump. At each month’s conclusion, the app automatically collates your photographs taken into a singular collection.
Beyond the automated monthly compilation, Lapse permits you to manually organize your photos. The app offers tools that allow you to group selected images into distinct albums. You can categorize and store pictures based on personal preferences.
Just like Snappa, Lapse includes a social sharing feature. You can share your developed photographs with a chosen group of friends. As the photos develop over the week, they are added to a feed, allowing a selected few to view your images. This feature contrasts with real-time photo-sharing apps by introducing a delay between image capture and sharing.
- mimics a disposable camera experience;
- you can take photos that will be developed later on;
- there are several album organization tools;
- app is free to download and use;
- compatible with current Android versions.