Snap Clap is an Android app which automatically takes photos when you clap your hands.
This really is as simple as it sounds. Install Snap Clap, launch it, and your camera view appears; position your device as you like, walk into shot and clap your hands. A four second countdown and a flashing light warns you that it's time to get into position, and the photo is taken.
There are a few small settings tweaks. You're able to use the front or back camera, and set the flash to On, Off or Auto. There's a camera grid, a slider for the audio warning volume, and the countdown can be set to 2, 4 or 6 seconds.
All your Snap Clap-taken photos are just a tap away in their own gallery, and you can edit or share them from there.
Snap Clap ver 2.1.2
New with Android 6.0 and Android Wear support.
Enjoy, cool things comming :o)
Snap Clap didn't always work correctly in our tests, sometimes firing for no apparent reason, and occasionally refusing to take a picture no matter how loud we clapped. But 90% of the time it did just what we asked, which is good enough for us (if reliability is vital, go buy a Bluetooth shutter).