What's great about the Motrr Galileo is that it's one product that can be used for many things. The device itself is a motorized rotating base that grips your iPhone and can continuously pan, tilt, and rotate it 360 degrees. There's a standard 0.25-inch tripod mount in the bottom, but it can just as easily be placed on any flat surface.
There are two models of the Galileo: one with Bluetooth for use with iPhone 5/5S/5C, iPhone 4S, and fifth-gen iPod Touch and one with a 30-pin connector supporting iPhone 4/4S, iPhone 3GS, and fourth-gen iPod Touch. Through the Motrr iOS app, you can access several other apps that have been developed to put the Galileo and your iPhone's camera to use in different ways. You can use it to shoot time-lapses or panoramas, create interactive spherical images, or turn it into a real-time audio-and-video surveillance system, among other things. There are currently 11 apps available, with more coming soon.
You might not want to turn your current iPhone into a video surveillance system, but because you can use the apps to control the Galileo and other iOS devices, it's not a bad way to repurpose an older iPhone or iPod Touch.
You can get the Galileo straight from Motrr for $150 ($100 for the 30-pin model).Read editors' take
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