One of our favorite iOS apps here at theappwhisperer.com HQ has been updated. ShutterSnitch allows you to wirelessly transfer images to your iPad from your Eye-Fi card, Canon, Nikon or other filetransmitter that supports uploading to an FTP server over your wireless network.
When a JPEG arrives, ShutterSnitch analyzes it and warns you if anything differs from the rules you’ve set up. For now shutter speed, aperture, ISO, focal length, and light level is checked – but more will be added in the future.
This update adds retina images for iPad specific graphics. The last pixel in the histogram on the iPad was obsured by the frame and this has now been fixed.
• Arrange your shoots in albums.
• Lock private albums.
• Resize and/or watermark photos before sharing them via e-mail, FTP, Flickr, SmugMug, Zenfolio, Facebook, or Dropbox.
• Large scale histograms (RGB,R,G,B).
• Receive visible and/or audible warning.
• Geo-tag incoming photos.
• See highlight warnings.
• Add a caption and byline to the photos by tapping and holding the currently displayed full image.
• Custom username, password, and port for the built-in FTP server.
• Receive files directly from one or more Eye-Fi cards.
• Slideshow function.
• Bonjour support for easy discovery in your Bonjour enabled applications. This also works the other way – when you want to export images to an FTP server, this is automatically detected (if the server is Bonjour enabled). This makes it incredibly easy to transfer images between your iPad and you iPhone for example. ShutterSnitch can also be used as a regular image browser if you simply transfer the pictures from your computer through an FTP client.