InFoto For Android Turns Your Photo Taking Habits Into Beautiful Infographics
Infographics provide a great way for comparisons between tech devices and events to be presented, and for those a little bamboozled by endless lines of text, it keeps things clear interesting. We feature many here at Redmond Pie, and although it would likely take a substantial level of Photoshop knowledge to create your very own, but one very nifty app for Android is devoid of all that complication.
Named InFoto, it allows you to create beautiful Infographics at will, and it’s certainly as well polished and unique an app as you’re likely to find on Google’s flagship platform.
Although many Infographics compiled by the big research firms usually require hours of hard work and monitoring of a chosen subject, InFoto offers an automated process based on your photo-taking habits. If you find snapping shots, editing, and sharing them with the world of Instagram to be a little tedious, then InFoto might give you a new, more technologically-fulfilling outlook on your smartphone or tablet’s shooter.
The user interface is a nice, one-click affair, and in seconds, you can create beautiful presentations. If you’ve ever wondered which places you most like to take your photos, you can – thanks to in-built Android geo-tagging, check out which continents, countries, and and cities you prefer to take your images in, as well as other interesting variables such as time of day.
Too often, we get carried away with taking as many images as possible, but if you’re more appreciative of the whole process, you’ll certainly be interested to see just how much, often, where, when and how you use your camera; and it’s all nicely visualized by the infographic.
As well as your personal image-capturing behavior, it can also record your camera’s vital statistics, such as ISO and shutter speeds, flash use frequency, and camera orientation, literally painting a vivid picture of how you take a picture!
You can just share specific, noteworthy info from your infographic, or indeed show-off the finished article in its entirety thanks to the built-in sharing features, which make pushing them through to Twitter, Google+ and Facebook an absolute breeze.
You need no nous or prior knowledge of making such presentations, since everything is done for you. All that’s really required of you is a decent amount of images – something, I suspect, we can all relate to.