Have you ever shot a video on your iPhone then uploaded it to your computer just so you could grab a few screenshots from the video? Well, it’s now safe to say there’s an app for that, and it is called QuickPix.

QuickPix allows you to snap photos while capturing video. The photos are sent directly to your camera roll for easy access. But that’s not all…

The app includes features like RapidFire mode that allows you to take up to 14 photos per second, depending on your device, and QuickPic mode, which makes the app automatically capture a shot upon launching it.

With an average 4 star rating, QuickPix seems to be the way to go. You can pick up QuickPix in the App Store now on the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, and the iPad 2 for the price of $1.99.

If you decide to give it a try, please let us know what you think about QuickPix.

  • jose castro

    nice, i bet there is a hidden tethering in it too, hahahahahhahahaha

  • Anonymous

    You forgot to include iPhone 4 in the compatibility list

    • You’re right. I edited the post. Thank you.

  • A

    Also, there is an app called VideoPix in the AppStore. It allows you to view your recorded videos frame by frame to find just the right shot that you want to save as a photo.

  • I bought Quickpix but I still prefer all-in-one apps like King Camera which has time lapse, burst mode, self timer, big button (a must!) and all the photo editing capabilities.

    Taking photos while filming shook the iphone and my videos we useless. Great idea in theory, bad idea in practice.