Photography apps are like adding an extra lens to your mobile device. In this context we like to talk about developer tap tap tap’s Camera+ for the iOS platform as it got its latest update on its image quality option.
The version 3.7 update has beefed up its picture quality setting with a new “High” option, thus making the previously known “Full” option to “Normal”. Snapping in High setting will of course make some big sized image files, but if you are looking to obtain pixel perfection you have to compromise for some storage space.
The update has also scaled up the front flash feature that is best suited for portrait and macro clicks and added some improvements on image importing feature which they say “better handling with atypical image formats”. The update works on both the iPad and iPhone versions.
If you are still using in-built camera app on your iOS device, we truly recommend Camera+. Its way better with the image output coupled with dozens of finely tuned capturing features and a pretty good editing suit.
Simple touch-based adjust functionality on focus and exposure settings, LED flash control and 6 x digital zoom capability are some of the notable highlights of Camera+.
A bunch of scene modes on the app will help you capture your favorite shots in varied situations. We often find modes like Night, Beach, Sunset, and Portrait very useful in certain moments.
On the Editing side, the app packs tons of visual effects, cropping and broader options. Finally the sharing option let to take your memorable pics to your friends via Facebook, Flickr and Twitter. Pick Camera+ for $0.99 at iTunes.