Camera+ Adds New Editing Filters And Shooting Options

Camera+ Adds New Editing Filters And Shooting Options
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iOS: Camera+ is our favourite iPhone camera app because it’s packed with options. Today, it’s getting even more features, including a bunch of new editing options and some refinements to the shooting mode.

The new editing options are in found in a new tab called “Labs”. They include clarity pro for fine tuning vibrancy, a straightening tool, a tint option, a duotone filter, film grain filter, and a bunch more. The shooting mode has been improved so that you have easier access to the exposure compensation and exposure lock option. Finally, the update also adds a new cropping mode and blur mode so you can easily make your own iOS 7-style wallpapers.

Camera+($1.99) [iTunes App Store]