Camera+ for iPhone gets a major update

Camera+ for iPhone gets a major update
The popular iPhone app Camera+ has just received a major update that adds a whole bunch of new features to an already pretty versatile application. To start, exposure and focus can now be locked, which is something that experienced photographers are going to like. Clarity has also been fine tuned so that it can provide better results on the iPhone 4S. Additionally, developers will be happy to know that Camera+ APIs have been released, meaning that they would be able to utilize some of the app's features within their own applications. For example, the Tweetbot, Foodspotting, and WordPress apps already come with integrated Camera+ support. We can't skip mentioning the overall speed boost and interface redesign that Camera+ has been treated to.

If you are not familiar with Camera+, it is one of the most well-known alternatives to the stock Camera app on the iPhone. It comes with plenty of shooting modes and various enhancements, which can make your photos look much better than you would expect. Interested? Then hit the source link below to learn more about Camera+. Its price still stands at only $0.99, which is a pretty good deal considering what the app is capable of.

source: Camera+ via Gizmodo


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