From the very first generation of iPhone, and up until the latest model, one of the few features missing from the camera app, is the ability to have a timer or delay when taking pictures. To be able to have this kind of ability, we need to rely on 3rd party apps from the AppStore, ranging from those apps with simple and functioning camera timers, to more advanced apps with additional related features. Self Timer, by Apimac, is made for this job. Whether you just need a simple single frame timer, to those who need a few more timer options, you can count on it.
The app is pretty straightforward with minimalist user interface. You can set the number of seconds to delay the photo being shot upon pressing the capture button, where you can choose from 3, 5, 10 or 15 seconds of delay. Plus, you can also set how many photo frames should be taken sequentially, with 2, 3 or 4 frames selectable. Both settings are default to off. Additionally, for supported devices, you can also try to change the torch option to light up the environment. There is also the option to show the guides, as well as to change the beep sounds which will be produced when the timer is running.
Also built right into the app, is the ability to share your photos from the library. You can just send them through emails as attachments, print them directly to any supported and connected printers, or you can use one the social networking services as well, such as Facebook, Twitter, and Flickr. If you enable the location service for the app, geotagging is also enabled and put into the photos taken using the app.