Camera Boost, the photo-enhancing iPad 2 app, which was released in April, has received an update. This will take it to the version 2.0 and will equip the old version with new features.
The primary change is that the app, now called Camera Boost 2, will be using a new video processing engine which enables it to work faster than the older version, and besides, it doesn’t slow down even if you keep the multiple effects enabled. So that will help you work with a number of effects all ready at hand.
The upgraded version supports and handles video recording and you will be able to record videos at a resolution of 960 x 720 pixels at 30 FPS. Moreover, you can adjust the filters even while the camera rolls.
Other features include a presets menu where you can save your custom presets, noise reduction, a new user interface, a reset button for all effects and a wide array of effects to choose from. iPad 2 owners who want to try out the new version can get it from the App Store for $5.