This app lets you shoot a video then picks the best frames so you always get a quality photo.
July 17, 2014 2:44 PM PDT
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Much like Instagram, you can view what others have posted and make comments or "like" their photos. You can also explore Vhoto by category.
As Vhoto processes your video, you'll see the images it picks stack up onscreen.
Vhoto lets you scroll through the list of shots it selected from your video.
Cropping tools let you drag anchors at the corners to get the right size or you can pick from standard sizes at the bottom.
Once you've picked the best shot and the right size, you can add filters and make other fine adjustments.
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