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What are the best night vision camera apps for iPhone or iPad?

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    Amalia Martínez
    Written on September 20, 2017
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      Amit Patel
      Written on January 21, 2018
      "My wife and I are great fans of Paris Hilton's adventurous tape, and wanted to make our own. With Night Vision Army Technology, we were able to turn our standard iPhone into a high tech video cam. I can't wait until our friends and family see what we've made!"
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      Amit Patel
      Written on January 21, 2018
      "My wife and I are great fans of Paris Hilton's adventurous tape, and wanted to make our own. With Night Vision Army Technology, we were able to turn our standard iPhone into a high tech video cam. I can't wait until our friends and family see what we've made!"
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      Christina Brooks
      Written on November 13, 2017
      "This looked neat, so I thought I would give it a try. It fails to deliver. It is not true night vision and just changes the background color on the regular camera. I wish I hadn't wasted my time and money."
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      Henry Duncan
      Written on January 13, 2018
      "As a gimmic type of app I guess it's okay. I would not use it myself but I some people might be into it."
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      Henry Duncan
      Written on January 13, 2018
      "As a gimmic type of app I guess it's okay. I would not use it myself but I some people might be into it."
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      William McDonald
      Written on November 12, 2017
      "fits topic and good reviews , like the features"
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      Victoria Deng
      Written on November 4, 2017
      "Simplenote does not help with solving the problem of setting up a night vision camera at all. This app is not related in the least."
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      Victoria Deng
      Written on November 4, 2017
      "Simplenote does not help with solving the problem of setting up a night vision camera at all. This app is not related in the least."

    DID YOU KNOW?

    An owl, that has one of the most powerful night vision in the Animal Kingdom doesn’t have eyeballs. Owls can’t move their eyeballs because they actually have none. Owl’s eyes are tube-shaped held rigidly in place by bones that are called sclerotic rings while a human eye socket with spherical eyes does not have sclerotic rings. 3% of an owl’s entire body weight is from its eyes while a human’s eye is accountable for only .0003% of body weight.

    Despite having very large eyes, owls are actually very farsighted. According to National Geographic, their whisker-like bristles around their beaks help them detect close objects because they can’t focus on objects that are too close. Most owls are most active at night and have eyeshine that dramatically increases the available light on the owl’s photoreceptors giving it superior night vision. Aside from night vision, owls also have binocular vision or the ability of a two-eyed animal to see an object with both eyes simultaneously. Their field of view is 110°, and 64% of that is binocular. As for the protection of their eyes, owls have three eyelids. An upper eyelid that closes when the owl blinks, the lower eyelid that closes when it sleeps, and a translucent eyelid that moves horizontally across the eye. 

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      Paul Holland
      Written on November 8, 2017
      "I wanted to find a night vision app for my iPhone. Magicplan was an app a friend told me to check out but after looking through the features I do not believe that this app would be any help."
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      Paul Holland
      Written on November 8, 2017
      "I wanted to find a night vision app for my iPhone. Magicplan was an app a friend told me to check out but after looking through the features I do not believe that this app would be any help."
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      Linda Holmes
      Written on November 3, 2017
      "Pretty neat little app for planning any events or busy days you may have. I recently used it to create a list while grocery shopping. This app doesn't use the camera or photos for anything."
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      Linda Holmes
      Written on November 3, 2017
      "Pretty neat little app for planning any events or busy days you may have. I recently used it to create a list while grocery shopping. This app doesn't use the camera or photos for anything."
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      Gustavo Leal
      Written on November 5, 2017
      "Microsoft Outlook is really not the best app to utilize for night vision camera purposes. A friend of mine told me I could do that but I couldn't figure out how (assuming it's possible). With that said, I do like the mobile version of Microsoft Outlook overall and appreciate the convenience of being able to check my email wherever I am."
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      Gustavo Leal
      Written on November 5, 2017
      "Microsoft Outlook is really not the best app to utilize for night vision camera purposes. A friend of mine told me I could do that but I couldn't figure out how (assuming it's possible). With that said, I do like the mobile version of Microsoft Outlook overall and appreciate the convenience of being able to check my email wherever I am."
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      Lawrence Austin
      Written on November 16, 2017
      "Puffin Web Browser is one of the best web browser suites that you can use on mobile platforms. It has a robust array of features that are comparable to any first rate web browser on personal computers. It uses a proprietary algorithm to reduce data usage, features an incognito browser, built in cloud functionality, theater mode, adjustable themes and much more. However, it is certainly not a night vision camera app. If you want a great mobile web browser, check out Puffin Web Browser. If you want a night vision camera app, you're definitely in the wrong place."
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      Lawrence Austin
      Written on November 16, 2017
      "Puffin Web Browser is one of the best web browser suites that you can use on mobile platforms. It has a robust array of features that are comparable to any first rate web browser on personal computers. It uses a proprietary algorithm to reduce data usage, features an incognito browser, built in cloud functionality, theater mode, adjustable themes and much more. However, it is certainly not a night vision camera app. If you want a great mobile web browser, check out Puffin Web Browser. If you want a night vision camera app, you're definitely in the wrong place."
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      Wayne Arnold
      Written on November 5, 2017
      "Google Maps is a great app in and of itself. However, I don't think it's a good solution as a night vision camera app. It can show historical maps of an area and help with navigation... and it is definitely great with both those uses. But it doesn't do any kind of real-time night vision display or visualization, so I would not recommend it for this use case."
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      Wayne Arnold
      Written on November 5, 2017
      "Google Maps is a great app in and of itself. However, I don't think it's a good solution as a night vision camera app. It can show historical maps of an area and help with navigation... and it is definitely great with both those uses. But it doesn't do any kind of real-time night vision display or visualization, so I would not recommend it for this use case."

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    Summary

    Best night vision camera apps for iPhone or iPad
    Rank Solutions Type Votes Price
    1 Night Vision Army Technology Apps 47 Free
    2 Night Vision Flashlight Thermo Apps 22 Free
    3 Simplenote Apps 2 Free
    4 magicplan Apps 1 Free
    5 Wunderlist app Apps 1 Free
    6 Microsoft Outlook Apps 1 Free
    7 Puffin Web Browser Apps 1 Free
    8 Google Maps Apps 1 Free
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