Camera+ is back in the App Store at version 2

Camera+, the photo app developed by tap tap tap in collaboration with Lisa Bettany, is now available in the App Store at version 2.

The app was pulled, if you’ll recall, because the developers left in a way to enable the volume switch as a photo shutter button, which is against the rules. It seems that’s all behind them now, as the app is back and enhanced with new features:

  • sliders to adjust effect amount
  • improved launch time
  • export of geolocation and metadata when saving to the Camera Roll
  • new user interface
  • improved borders and effects
  • timer and burst shooting modes
  • white balance lock
  • improved stabilizer mode
  • new scene modes
  • in-app purchasing of new effects packs

Camera+ as a photo app offers may other features to make picture taking easier, including a separate touch points for focus and exposure, an onscreen grid, and a digital image stabilizer.

Camera+ is available in the iTunes App Store for a special re-launch price of $0.99 for a limited time, and is a free upgrade for existing users.

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