iPhone Apps

King Camera – iPhoneography App – Huge Update

King Camera has had a huge update to version 2. It is packed with awesome features. This is a free update but if you haven’t already downloaded this app, you can do so here, it retails for $0.99/£0.69.

Check out What’s New below…



– NEW! PINCH-ZOOM on Preview Images throughout application
– NEW! COLORIZER FX Module (up to 3 simultaneous Color Filters)
– NEW! LIGHT LEAKS FX Module (up to 3 simultaneous Light Leaks)
– NEW! TEXTURIZER now supports up to 3 simultaneous Textures!
– NEW! Touch Gesture to Flip Textures (in texturizer, light leaks, and colorizer)
– INTERFACE! Simple "Marbles Navigation System"
– INTERFACE: Promatik Main View with Sliding Menu to accommodate the additional Tools
– TWEAK: "Save Photo" (saves on top of current edit) and "Save a Copy" (duplicates your edit)
– SPEED! Advanced & Optimized CACHE system in Promatik, making the module up to 10X Faster when applying effects



– NEW! COPY/PASTE LOOKS directly in Photodesk
– NEW! Copy/Paste Photo to other apps (email, MMS, etc.)– NEW! Option to EXPORT all photos contained in stacks
– INTERFACE: larger thumbnail size + Optimized for Retina Display– SPEED: Export of Original Photo 2X faster



– NEW! QUICKMATIK LOOKS completely revamped & optimized
– INTERFACE: Larger thumbnails



– NEW! Settings: Option to Save to Camera Roll Only
– NEW! User’s activated Camera Tools now remembered from session to session
– NEW! Double-Tap gesture in VIDEO MODE to show zoomed-out or zoomed-in View
– NEW! Double-Tap gesture in TIMELAPSE to show zoomed-out or zoomed-in View
– INTERFACE: Added "Rule of Thirds Grid" button in Camera Main View Menu



– NEW! Quick HELP System in all modules ("?" Icon)
– NEW! Settings: "Clean Up" function to clean up zombie files in user folder
– FIX: Crop Ratio preserved correctly when a Quickmatik Look contains a Crop
– FIX: Photo Orientation preserved when importing from Camera Roll/Exporting to Camera Roll.
– SPEED! many additional tweaks to enhance overall app responsiveness
– INTERFACE: visual overall redesign of the graphic user interface
– iOS 5 ready
– various additional bug fixes

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