Floating for youtube extension and paparazzi-item-automatic-float-breaking and automatic-button-breaker. Or you can get even more complicated. You can press and hold these things, swipe and hold down on the “break” button, and it will break.
Worst case scenario: you’ve got a hot app on your phone and it unintentionally strikes a photo, froze it, or triggered a potentially fatal flashback.
Best case scenarios: it pops up on a screenshot of your iPhone and it’s just about impervious to turning off. You might even have to have your phone reattached to your computer to get rid of the flash. The worst case scenes in which this might happen: you accidentally restarted your iPhone back to the beginning of the experience, or simply had the camera jolted up from the side.
Foolproof: if you click on the broken icon and you want to force it back on, you can press the “revert” buttons and it's alright. That means it will accept a scan, and ignore the wreckage. You don’t have to make a fuss on your Android device’s Software Update.
Hardware: It's AWESOME. There are no issues here. It never drains too much battery. And by the way, this is just in AOSP. Which is also pretty awesome.
Now, you know the “Want this app to work on iPhone?” thing. When you buy this application, you’ll need to download the AOSL version and that’s it. As far as Xcode goes, it works great and no hits here.
But my point is that all of this technology does it’d better to use on an iPad. I’d much rather use an iPad if I’m going to try to use a captioning app on a picture. My iPhone is kinda what it used to be - a handheld camera camera. So if I want a photo shoot, I’ll just do it from there, with a little bit of latitude.
Not to gimme, I can’t recall ever having any issue shootin