Camera+ is pretty remarkable and solves so many problems you likely have with Apple’s built-in camera app and the camera itself. We’ve never really highlighted it before, partially due to its absence from the iTunes App Store for using a volume button as a shutter (which Apple didn’t care for and everyone else loved) but with all it can do it seems like it’s time to correct that.
While it comes with fun features like the filters and borders, that are almost a prerequisite on iPhone camera apps nowadays, you get some serious control over focus, exposure, alignment and digital zoom. Sharing is easy, geotagging happens automatically, and the whole app is just seamless and beautiful.
With all the great stuff in the app, something needed to be sacrificed. It seems that happened in the photo saving department. I found when saving photos to my camera roll, it took much longer than I expected. The obvious workaround is to just take your photos and save them later when you have more time, but that still involves waiting. Nonetheless, it’s a small gripe about a really impressive app. If they can fix that I’d have nothing to complain about.
Camera+ is currently available on the iTunes App Store, on sale for $1.19, right now.
Camera+ [iTunes App Store]