Here’s how FotoBeam works. Either take a new picture or select an existing photo from your photo library. You can move and scale over the image to select just what area you want to share.
Then, all you need to do is press the “Send” button to beam the photo of your choice to another device running the FotoBeam app. Easy as pie, right?
This application runs the Illiri sound-based device pairing API, so tapping the “Send” button will activate a cute little chirping sound that allows two devices to share data. It’s a very pleasant little noise!
This app is so simple, so straightforward, and so bug-free that I’m hard-pressed to find anything to complain about. FotoBeam is an app with an extremely simple, focused mission. And it achieves its goals so perfectly, it is hard to find a fault.
In terms of the interface, FotoBeam really could not be any easier to use. There’s no need for a lengthy tutorial to get you oriented, because the app is laid out in a very straightforward manner.
It’s basically impossible to get confused while using this app! As long as your intended recipient is running the FotoBeam app, you shouldn’t encounter any problems when you try to share a photo.
If you’re looking for a simple way to share a single photo at a time, FotoBeam is a seriously great option. While it does require that both users have the app installed, the app is free. What could be more simple than this elegant, fast, and effortless tool?
FotoBeam requires iOS 6.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.