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How One Hand Touch can help you take selfies

posted May 31, 2017, 4:16 PM by Blog Poster   [ updated Jun 5, 2017, 2:22 PM by David Khorram ]

How One Hand Touch can help you take selfies


Phones are amazing at taking pictures, so much so that only professional photographers get dedicated cameras these days. The design of a smartphone allows for it to easily function as a camera with both forward facing and backwards facing lenses. However, phones aren't designed to take selfies so well. Taking a selfie usually requires two hands which can be inconvenient. Taking a one handed selfie, of course, is possible. However, one handed selfies can be clumsy and there is a risk of dropping your phone especially if you have small hands or a big phone while you reach for the capture button. This is where TouchPad can help you. The touchpad case is a slim case which serves as a second way of interacting with your smartphone. Now you can control your phone from its back as if it were a second touchscreen. Selfies can easily be taken by tapping the back of your phone with the same hand you use to take a selfie. No need to inch your hand down, hoping you don't drop your phone and say goodbye to awkwardly positioning your fingers to reach the snap button without hitting the camera. This is also compatible with apps like Snapchat, allowing you to simply tap the back of your screen to take a snap.

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