Cheese is a Gnome app that allows you to take pictures using your webcam and apply fancy effects on them. It ships by default in most distros and is a handy tool when you want to take a picture but don't have a camera nearby. You can then use your webcam or your laptop's inbuilt cam to take a picture.
Cheese 3.5.4 has been released and features the following changes:
- Cheese now requires Clutter 1.10.0 for aspect frame changes.
- Libcheese now uses Totem's aspect frame.
- New translations added or updated for as, be, bg, el, es, gl, he, id, nb, sl
- Updated documentation in el, es and id.
You can install cheese from your distro's repos. However, it may take some time to package this version and make it available in repositories.
You can visit the Cheese Gnome page from this link.