Remember the Clapper? It was a sound activated electrical switch from the 1980s which would turn on a switch with a clap of the hands. ‘Clap On! and Clap Off!’ would turn a light on and off without having to reach for the lamp switch.
Clapmera for your Mac does much the same thing but with photos. Clap your hands and say cheese. Clapmera takes a photo using the Mac’s built-in iSight camera.
You can do much the same thing with Photo Booth or QuickTime Player, or any one of a dozen apps which capture images through iSight, but none use the sound of hands clapping to snap the photo.
Here’s an advantage. You want a group photo but who reaches in to click the camera? Clapmera makes it easy.
Clapmera gives you a few seconds to compose the image before the camera snaps a photo. You can also change the sensitivity of the Mac’s built-in microphone to take a photo simply by snapping your fingers.
There’s not much else going on to account for the 99-cent price tag. There are no options to share but there is a timed release option in a slider bar.
The Clapper lives in Clapmera.