Michael Zaletel's Blog

The business of iOS apps • Founder, CEO @ i4software.com

Category: App News

FAST CAMERA top Free App Overall in 17 Countries

We put FAST CAMERA on sale for FREE yesterday (from $1.99) to celebrate the version 5.0 launch. It started climbing the free charts immediately without any promotion yesterday.

Fast Camera Website  •  Fast Camera On iTunes  •  FAST CAMERA VIDEO

AppGratis started featuring it today and It’s already the #1 Top Free Photo app in 48 countries including India, Germany, Italy and Spain. It’s also the #1 Top Free app overall (all categories) in 17 countries including India.

FAST CAMERA by i4softare is getting 5 star reviews across the board! People are telling us by email that they love it.

It’s currently the #4 top free photo app in the U.S. behind only YouTube, Instagram and SnapChat and the #19 Top Free App Overall.

Later today at about 1pm EST, AppGratis is going to feature Fast Camera in the U.S., Canada and Mexico as their free app of the day.


Michael Zaletel
Founder, i4software

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One of our FAST CAMERA users in Germany sent us an interesting email last night…

Apparently they sent a weather balloon into space with an iPhone 4S attached running our Fast Camera app in timer interval mode (one pic every 30 seconds). The iPhone 4S shut down in space due to the extreme cold but fortunately they were able to recover the device and retrieve all of the photos! They are putting together a time-lapse video of the entire sequence using our video export feature.


From Daniel Waadt:
“Today we sent a weather ballon with an iPhone 4S to space… to take pictures from space with your App Fast Camera. I spent 5 months developing the weather-ballon-project. Finally we found our iPhone and the experiment was a success. Attached two pictures from space, did by YOUR APP!!!! GREAT! If you want you can use this picture for promoting your app.”

I totally would have strapped my iPhone to a bunch of helium balloons when I was a kid if this was possible back then.