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Apple Updates Camera+ iOS App

The extremely popular iOS photography app that was known as Camera+ has been given a boost in the arm, thanks to an update that has rolled out recently. The most recent update would see the Camera+ app for iPhone and iPad arrive at version 5.2, where it will be able to keep users humming until there are other major updates arrive which will, fingers crossed, be able to to take full advantage of iOS 8, and as we all know, iOS 8 does have manual controls as part of the deal.

Touted to be an interim update, it will add a new adjustment to the Vignette effect in the Lab, as well as introduce more improvements to the Soft Focus and Film Grain Effects. The update itself will address an issue when it comes to Flickr sharing, not to mention ensure that all bugs that are connected to the Clarity Pro function will be a thing of the past.

The developer did tease that there will be cool and new stuff which are headed in the right direction down the road. At point of publishing, Camera+ version 5.1 will cost $1.99 if you are rocking to the iPhone, while those who are using an iPad will have to fork out $4.99 a pop.

Source: http://www.ubergizmo.com/2014/08/apple-updates-camera-ios-app/?utm_source=mainrss

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