That TechCrunch reports Apple has swallowed up SnappyLabs, the company created SnappyCam That, to number one paid app in nine countires. The $ 1 app offers a burst mode That even outperforms the burst mode of the stock iOS camera app 7. At 20 to 30 frames per second SnappyCam is no joke when it comes to photo applications for iOS. Nothing even comes close to its feature set. Most impressively, the application was designed by a one man team. “SnappyCam, on iPhone, is the fastest smart-phone camera on earth. Easily With it you can Get That impossible, perfect shot, every time. SnappyCam Also shoots unique living Entire Photos that capture the moment, not just a single snapshot in time . It’s like an interactive flip-book, in full glory and 8MP at high-speed. ” – App Store description SnappyCam dissapeared from the App Store as of recently and the websites SnappyLabs Were taken down. Reviews These were the first two hints of the acquisition. Apparently There Were additional companies interested in the purchase of the company, and its technology, only Described as ‘Most of the usual players.’ The image above is of SnappyLabs founder and only developer, John Papandriopoulos. (What a name eh?) Apple Has not yet confirmed the purchase but TechCrunch is Usually very reliable as a source. Apple has purchased a bunch of companies as of recently, BroadMap mapping firm, Catch (Evernote competitor), and PrimeSense, the company behind the Original Microsoft Kinect technology.