When you use such magic on a person’s body, you create a temporary illusion that you feel you are levitating that person with a little force. After that, you make a move to “save” them by using a spell like Levitate, but this effect ends after 2 hours.
The amount of magic power required is proportional to the illusion that can be created. Thus, any magic that can be used once in a certain moment can also be used 2 times in different moment. The magic power that can be used is similar to the power of the levitating spell.
One of the big criticisms of Apple’s iOS has been the number of third-party apps it lets on its platform. Most notably, there are hundreds of Google apps on the App Store, including numerous web search engines. But it also has many third-party apps in the App Store that are useful for some users, such as the Android camera extensions and the BlackBerry Messenger app.
Today, the team behind BlackBerry apps on iOS has announced the release of a new BlackBerry Camera Extension for iOS. It’ll not only let you launch the BlackBerry Camera app, but it will come preinstalled in the iPhone camera app to give you the option to switch between the BlackBerry Camera extension view and the camera app.
The app also lets you access different camera modes of the camera app on Android devices as well as BlackBerry phones. To switch to BlackBerry Camera, simply search for the name of the app in the app store, as you can do by going for the full details of the app page. If searching for a camera extension and there’s nothing to show in the search results, just type in “Camera” or “Camera extension” to see the feature list.
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The Camera Extension will not appear as an extension, as it is not a BlackBerry app, but if you search for the name Camera you’ll see the feature list. This lets you choose between two camera modes: ‘Camera app with view on’ and ‘Camera app with access.’
When browsing for a camera app on iOS, you’ll find multiple options on which phone type you’ll need to tap to access this feature list. The phone type you need to tap for is the device type that you want to switch from.
For example, if you want to toggle BlackBerry Camera with view on, you tap on BlackBerry Camera. From there, you can access the different camera modes: one of the