iPhone Apps

iOS – Camera+ – Updated

Probably the most popular iPhone photography app to date, Camera+ has just been updated with some excellent new features.

You can read all about the new features below, this is a free update if you have previously purchased this app. If not you can download it here. It retails for $0.99/£0.69/download.

What’s New?



• Ability to import photos from your photo library back in Camera+.

• wait just a second there… THE DEVLOPERS NEVER REMOVED IT!!!!!… they changed the icon on the button to a + and moved it to the top-right corner of the Lightbox in version 3.

• you can now import multiple photos from your photo library at once (this was actually a version 3 feature, but it seems that one or two of you may have missed it… oh, and the button to access this wonderful, handy, time-saving, and useful feature is no longer the cryptic flowery-looking button wedged in the middle of the bottom toolbar in the Lightbox, but is instead a very prominent, logical, and dashing + button in the top-right corner).

• updated the empty Lightbox graphic which used to refer to a button that used to be graphically represented by an angiospermæ and who’s function was to import photos to now accurately reflect the current button which is now represented by the mathematical addition operator (ya know… “add photos”)

• and a bunch of other bug fixes related to Facebook sharing, Twitter sharing, Flickr sharing APIs, crashes, yadda yadda yadda

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