Blurry Photo Finder was written to solve a problem that most of us have encountered at one time or another. You're at an important event or on vacation and you try to take a photo, but the memory on your phone is full. You don't have time to manually search through all of your photos looking for bad ones to delete. In a matter of seconds, BPF can scan through all of your photos to automatically locate blurry, and accidentally repeated (burst mode) images as well as accidental videos. What makes BPF special is its unique ability to scan hundreds of photos in a few seconds to automatically locate the ones you want to eliminate. With just a couple of taps, you can trust BPF to find and remove your unwanted media and get back to capturing the moment.
BPF uses a proprietary algorithm for quickly analyzing photos to determine the amount of blur. Certain cameras (e.g. iPod Touch) in low-light conditions will introduce tiny dot patterns of noise which will interfere with the blur algorithm determining that the photo is blurry. BPF may miss these types of blurry photos, but in most cases it will find them correctly. The code is designed to avoid false positives so that you don't have to go through each photo one by one.
BPF also supports the new 3D Touch gestures (Quick Actions and Peek/Pop).