Remotely Access Your Camera With SayCheese.

    Hey There, Taking group pictures is kind of annoying as sometimes we can’t find anyone to help you take a group picture, so one of our buddies has to take it for the rest of the team bearing the fact of not being in the photo. SayCheese comes to the rescue in such scenes. In this article, we will see how to remotely access your camera with SayCheese.

Remotely Access Your Camera With SayCheese.

So, If you want to remotely access your device camera, here is the cool and useful app that lets you do it very easily. We have also featured this app on Apps from Techniverse of February 2020.

You can download the SayCheese app directly from here via Google Play Store.

SayCheese app lets you take awesome group selfies by using 2 phones. One serves as a remote shutter and the other as a remote camera. It got a live and fast preview screen with many features like focussing capability from shutter device, etc.

Remotely Access Your Camera With SayCheese.

You could use a timer but you won't know how the image will turn out and you can take a selfie but it won't capture the entire scene properly.

With say cheese, you can easily take group pictures by using two phones. one of the phones will remotely control the camera of the others, so you can see how the picture looks even before you take it.

Remotely Access Your Camera With SayCheese.

Now say 'no' to multiple timers, plus you don't even need to be connected to the internet since both phones can still connect to each other offline.

Remotely Access Your Camera With SayCheese.

If you want to have a live image preview before taking the photo from the camera, then this is the app you have to check out.

Here is the video on Apps from Techniverse [February 2020] featuring the SayCheese app mentioned above on our own YouTube channel. Do watch it to know more information about this app.


Overall, We think it will be pretty much a useful app for almost all of us. If you know any other best alternatives for this app, tell us about them in the comments below!

So, That was all to remotely your mobile camera with another mobile. Keep supporting Techniverse Spotted for more cool and interesting stuff.

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