Lapse is an Android application that is a digital equivalent of a disposable camera. You can take pictures that are then processed later in the day.
The app functions as a digital equivalent of a disposable camera by delaying the visibility of photos until they are randomly processed later in the day. This mechanism introduces a delay between capturing and viewing pictures, mimicking the experience of using analog film.
Lapse’s structure is built around a user’s network of friends rather than an open-follower system. This allows the showcasing of finished photos in a private feed. The interaction is confined to your personal connections with the sharing of daily experiences as its core feature.
Automatically, at the end of each month, the utility compiles all the photos taken into a single collection on your profile. This automatic selection provides a summary of your monthly photo activity that does not require manual organization.
Similar to Tezza, you also have the option to create albums within the app. There are several organizational tools to segregate photos into categorized collections. This feature allows for thematic grouping and the creation of personalized archives.
It should be noted that Lapse is currently only available on iOS.
- is a digital equivalent of a disposable camera;
- allows taking photos that will then be processed at random times;
- there are several ways to organize your pictures;
- app is free to download and use;
- compatible with current Android versions.