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Over 10 million sold!

“The Clarity filter is iPhone photography’s secret sauce—it adds pro-camera crispness to almost any shot.”
— Kevin Sintumuang, The Wall Street Journal

“If the iPhone’s standard camera is like a digital point-and-shoot, the Camera+ app is like a high-quality SLR lens.”
— TIME: 50 Best iPhone Apps 2011

“improves on almost every aspect of the built-in camera app”
— Charlie Sorrel, Wired

“tap tap tap definitely has a winner on their hands with Camera+”
— Steven Sande, The Unofficial Apple Weblog

Winner: Best Visual Design, Best Photography App
— Best App Ever Awards

It’s all about one thing... great photos!

Whether you’re a seasoned photographer or someone who’s barely touched a camera, Camera+ will make you love taking photos.

Touch Exposure & Focus
Set exposure separately from focus. You can now easily control how light or dark your shots come out.

Shooting Modes
Use the Stabilizer to steady your iPhone and get the sharpest photos you can. There are countless uses for the Timer including taking the highest-quailty self-portraits. Capture all the action by using Burst to take rapid streams of shots.

Digital Zoom
Up to 6× zoom with advanced digital processing provides you with quality that simply blows away the competition.

Front Flash
How many times have you wanted to take a pic of yourself in a dark room but couldn’t. Well, now you can!

Horizon Level
Use the Horizon Level to eliminate taking crooked shots.

Clarity
Clarity is one of the biggest breakthroughs to happen to image processing in a long time. Clarity analyzes your photos and makes several intelligent adjustments that magically bring out details and breathe life into dull photos. With Clarity, you’ll stop throwing out bad photos… you’ll be amazed to see what it can do to photos that you’d typically consider unusable, like shots that came out too dark.

Scene Modes
Most modern digital cameras all have scene modes to help you get the best photos for your particular situation. With Camera+, you get to choose from several scene modes including Food, Sunset, Night, Portrait, Beach, and many more.

Effects
Professional photographer, Lisa Bettany created a slew of stunningly beautiful effects. Make your photos shimmer with “HDR”… get down and dirty with “Grunge”… fill your pics with emotion and despair with “So Emo”. And this is just the tip of the iceberg… there are dozens of 1-touch effects for you to experiment with.

Lightbox
All the pics you take in Camera+ go in the innovative Lightbox where you can quickly and easily skim through them and get rid of bad shots. You save only the photos you’re satisfied with so that your camera roll stays neat and clean.

Sharing
Whether you want to show your results to your friends and family or the whole world, Camera+ has got you covered. Proudly share your photos on Facebook, Twitter, and Flickr. Or go the more personal route and email or message them from right within the app.

iCloud Lightbox sync
Automatically sync your Camera+ photos between all of your devices. Shoot all day on your iPhone… and then edit at night on your iPad.

Crops
If you didn’t line-up your shot perfectly when you took it, you can easily fix that with Camera+. And when you want to get a bit creative, we setup a bunch of popular crop sizes for you. With a single tap, you can make your pics square, 4×6, 8×10, and more.

Borders
With Camera+ you get several great border designs, from simple black and white borders to more gritty designs, you’ll be able to add wonderful finishing touches.

Captions
Have some fun with your photos by putting captions on them. It’s a great way to really personalize your favorite shots.

What's New

Version 5.1 (Feb 20, 2014)

For Camera+ 5.1 we’ve made a bunch of refinements to The Lab, making the best photo editing on a mobile phone even better. We’ve made several usability tweaks to further streamline the whole experience. One slightly hidden, but handy addition is that you can now tap & hold an adjustment to reset it.

We’ve added a new setting so that you can choose whichever section you’d like to begin in when you edit your photos. This is nice if you always want to go straight to The Lab, for instance.

For those times when you want to go more intense with filters, we’ve added a new BOOST feature. You can now bump the intensity up to 200%.

You can take widescreen photos with the new 16×9 shooting mode. Bring out your inner Scorcese. Or Fellini.

Many of you were hitting a pipe too often while flapping, causing you to lose all your photos. That’s now fixed, thankfully.

And we’ve spent a good amount of time fixing bugs for this version. Many were esoteric and only occurred on particular hardware, but we did our very best to try and resolve all known issues for this release. If any of you experience any further issues, please report them to us.

Take 2: The API issue that was causing apps like Day One to not work properly with Camera+ is fixed now. For realsies this time. Thanks to the chaps at Day One for helping us to resolve this.

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Version 5.0.1 (Jan 08, 2014)

This update is one of those stability releases that we all know and love. We’ve put the kibosh on a bunch of bugs and improved several little things that’ll make the whole Camera+ experience a bit better, especially with the shiny, new Lab that we added in Camera+ 5.

The app would sometimes crash when you tried to save photos edited in The Lab. That should be all fixed now.

Clarity Pro was getting a little too ambitious on occasion and he’d boost himself a tad more than the actually intensity level you set. We had a good talking to with him, and we now have an understanding and he promised it won’t happen again.

And speaking of Clarity Pro (and anthropomorphic app features), it seems like he and his older brother Clarity weren’t playing nice with each other. The way things were supposed to work was that if you had The Clarity scene set and then went to Clarity Pro in The Lab, it’d automatically be set to 100% intensity there (instead of 0%). That’s fixed now and we hope it doesn’t cause any confusion for those of you who’ve gotten used to it working the other way.

We killed a horrible, little bug where the app was crashing on launch for some people. There’s not much worse than being locked-out of your photos and we apologize for the inconvenience. The programmer responsible was forced to say 100 rosaries… and he’s an atheist, which made it all the more painful for him.

The Camera+ API has been fixed and is working smoothly again. This should fix any issues you were having with apps like Day One. Because we care.

Issue #605 has been resolved. We’d tell you more, but then we’d have to kill you.

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Version 5 (Dec 18, 2013)

Introducing Camera+ 5, featuring The Lab

With this huge *free* update, we’re very happy to present to you The Lab, which brings world-class photo editing to your iPhone. Our goal was to bring you best quality adjustments, delivered in a very slick UI, and we think we’ve really nailed it. Here’s what you’ll find in it…

Clarity Pro
At the head of The Lab you’ll find Clarity Pro, which gives you adjustable Clarity and also adds a Vibrancy Boost adjustment which really brings out the life in your photos.

Straighten
Not only can you manually straighten your photos in The Lab… we’ve also included a slick auto-straighten feature.

Tint
Easily tone your photos whatever color you please. Go just a tad to set a subtle mood, all-out to make a bold statement, or anything in-between. And if you’re having a hard time choosing a color, simply roll the dice to get a random one… will it come up lucky seven or snake eyes??

Duotone
This takes the Tint adjustment and brings it to a whole other level. Try it. We’ll leave it at that.

Soft Focus
Give your photos a beautiful, ethereal quality with Soft Focus. This one’s addictive so promise not to overuse it, ok?

Film Grain
For the look of analog film. Fully adjustable so you can get the exact look you want.

Sharpen
This can often be the answer to a photo that came out a bit blurry.

Blur
Soften harsh pics. Or go to the extreme to make the perfect iOS 7 wallpapers. More on this later... ;)

Saturation
Take it down for a cool, faded look. Or crank it up to make your pics pop.

Temperature
Easily enables you to make your pics look “warmer” or “cooler”. It can be used for a simple compensation, or turned way up for a bold look.

Exposure
Photo overexposed? Underexposed? This is the fix.

Brightness & Contrast
Two classic photo adjustments. You’d think that not much needs to be said about these two… but we went out of our way to make them look really good.

Highlights & Shadows
Boost or cut the bright and/or dark parts of your photos. Compensate for imperfect lighting conditions, or go for an intense, artistic effect.

Vignette
Top-off the perfect set of adjustments with a stylish Vignette. Not only can you put on a traditional dark one, you can also go light for an airy feel.

[iPhone 3GS users please note: The Lab requires some pretty intense processing and unfortunately, your meager phones aren’t fully up to the task. But instead of bolting The Lab door on you completely, we’ve given you access to the sections that didn’t melt our test phones. The 8 lucky phones that lived yielded Rotate & Tilt, Straighten, Tint, Duotone, Soft Focus, Saturation, Temperature, and Exposure.]

Shooting refinements
We’ve taken yet another pass at streamlining the shooting experience in Camera+. In Camera+ 5, we’ve split the exposure compensation and exposure lock controls so that you can have even easier access to each.

iPhone wallpaper crops
As mentioned earlier, Camera+ 5 enables you to make some very awesome iOS 7-style wallpapers. Here’s the ticket: Simply grab one of your favorite pics and take it to The Lab. Then crank the blur way up and add a touch of saturation. Apply one of the new iPhone wallpaper crops, and voilà… a nifty iOS 7 wallpaper is born!

A Tale of Two Dicks
We’ve renamed Effects to Filters and Borders to Frames. We’re letting you know so you can avoid that feeling you got when Bewitched switched Darrins and Roseanne switched Beckys on you without uttering a word.

New icons throughout the app
Dozens of icons in the app have been redone and have the perfect look to go with iOS 7.

Shiny, new app icon
And the most obvious icon that changed for Camera+ 5 is the app icon itself. It was hard for us to let go of the old icon. But we came up with one that captures the essence of the longstanding Camera+ icon (albeit in abstract form), and fits like a glove on the first page of your home screen alongside all your other iOS 7 icons.

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Version 4.2.2 (Nov 26, 2013)

For Camera+ 4.2.2, we killed a bug that we thought we got for 4.2.1.

They say that after a nuclear war, all that will remain are the cockroaches… whoever said that probably never used an app. :/

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Version 4.2.1 (Oct 30, 2013)

So the jury’s in… based on all the feedback from our last update, you nice guys & gals made it loud and clear that you really appreciate that we continuously update Camera+ AND that we don’t try to nickel-and-dime you in the process. There’ve been the cries of, “devs gotta eat!” by a small handful, but we’re more of the mindset that some devs can stand to shed a few pounds (we’re no stranger to the allure of the Baconator ourselves, so we can empathize).

We’re very hard at work on Camera+ 5, which will have some really awesome things in it and will be a totally free update for you... but today we have a very nice, minor update that fixes some problems that some of you are having, especially if you have an iPhone 4S.

We also fixed a few sharing issues including one where the “Open In…” feature wouldn't always work properly. And we added a bunch of options for what you can do with the links you get after you share photos.

In this update we took a little time put more spit-shine on some of the details that we missed during the big rush to get the iOS7ified version of Camera+ out in time for the iOS 7 launch. Our excuse for missing these things the first time around is that our eyes had been recovering from being blinded by all the bright, candy colors in iOS 7.

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Version 4.2 (Oct 07, 2013)

So the previous version of Camera+ had a little bug where burst-mode shooting would crash. We fixed that.

We almost stopped there and just called it version 4.0.3, but then figured that it’d be the perfect time to boost burst-mode snaps to full-resolution on devices that could handle it (like the iPhone 5, iPhone 5s, and the unapologetically poorly-selling iPhone 5c).

That was enough to justify calling it version 4.1. And then we thought about jumping on the bandwagon where we put Camera+ out as a whole new app and let existing customers pay for it all over again. And of course there’d be the ensuing sh__storm where those customers felt cheated and we’d have to backpedal and reverse that shortsighted decision.

So it was Clear that that would’ve been a knuckleheaded move, so instead we decided to treat our lovely customers fairly and make Camera+ 4.1 a free update as we’ve always done. But then we felt like it was all give and no take… so to make us feel better about giving-in too easily, we chose to call it version 4.2. That’ll teach you to mess with us.

Then we felt bad about jumping ahead two version numbers and giving you little for your troubles. So we added a new effects pack that includes all the filters that Apple’s standard Camera and Photo apps include (for users on iOS 7). Two hours of coding (and eight trivial Core Image filters later), the Standard Effects Pack was born.

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Version 4.0.2 (Sep 24, 2013)

Camera+ 4.0.2

Some of you probably remember that bug which caused the viewfinder to go all black. Well, some of you may have also noticed that he made another appearance for Camera+ 4. You’ll be happy to hear that we just sent him on a trip to Belize.

And we fixed a few other things. It’s all new, folks, and we’re working hard to get all the kinks out!

Camera+ 4.0.1

Who needs release notes when you now have automatic updating?

For those of you who are still paying attention… we’ve fixed some bugs and put an everlasting shine on the new UI just for you.

Camera+ 4

Introducing Camera+ 4!

We’ve overhauled the entire Camera+ design and given it a brand new modernized look so it fits-in very nicely with iOS 7.

And we’ve also added a bunch of new and useful things…

• You can now send your photos to other apps like Instagram, Dropbox, and Evernote.
• Exposure compensation while taking photos: adjust for overly dark or bright lighting situations before you even shoot your photos.
• Printing: wirelessly send your photos to your AirPrint printer.
• Square crop in viewfinder enables you to shoot in the popular format without any extra editing steps.
• AirDrop: send your photos to your friends and family with minimal fuss & muss! (iOS 7 only)

BREAKING NEWS: Right after we submitted Camera+ 4, we realized that the newly added “report a bug” feature crashes in iOS 6. This is what we get for hiring a Vice-Minister of Irony. Anyway… there’s a 4.0.1 update coming out very shortly that addresses this and a bunch of other little things.

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Version 4.0.1 (Sep 19, 2013)

Camera+ 4.0.1

Who needs release notes when you now have automatic updating?

For those of you who are still paying attention… we’ve fixed some bugs and put an everlasting shine on the new UI just for you.

Camera+ 4

Introducing Camera+ 4!

We’ve overhauled the entire Camera+ design and given it a brand new modernized look so it fits-in very nicely with iOS 7.

And we’ve also added a bunch of new and useful things…

• You can now send your photos to other apps like Instagram, Dropbox, and Evernote.
• Exposure compensation while taking photos: adjust for overly dark or bright lighting situations before you even shoot your photos.
• Printing: wirelessly send your photos to your AirPrint printer.
• Square crop in viewfinder enables you to shoot in the popular format without any extra editing steps.
• AirDrop: send your photos to your friends and family with minimal fuss & muss! (iOS 7 only)

BREAKING NEWS: Right after we submitted Camera+ 4, we realized that the newly added “report a bug” feature crashes in iOS 6. This is what we get for hiring a Vice-Minister of Irony. Anyway… there’s a 4.0.1 update coming out very shortly that addresses this and a bunch of other little things.

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Version 4 (Sep 18, 2013)

Introducing Camera+ 4!

We’ve overhauled the entire Camera+ design and given it a brand new modernized look so it fits-in very nicely with iOS 7.

And we’ve also added a bunch of new and useful things…

• You can now send your photos to other apps like Instagram, Dropbox, and Evernote.
• Exposure compensation while taking photos: adjust for overly dark or bright lighting situations before you even shoot your photos.
• Printing: wirelessly send your photos to your AirPrint printer.
• Square crop in viewfinder enables you to shoot in the popular format without any extra editing steps.
• AirDrop: send your photos to your friends and family with minimal fuss & muss! (iOS 7 only)

BREAKING NEWS: Right after we submitted Camera+ 4, we realized that the newly added “report a bug” feature crashes in iOS 6. This is what we get for hiring a Vice-Minister of Irony. Anyway… there’s a 4.0.1 update coming out very shortly that addresses this and a bunch of other little things.

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Version 3.9.3 (Sep 06, 2013)

Exterminated some bugs. We thought we got them all last time but apparently there was still some larvæ in the hive.

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Version 3.9.2 (Aug 05, 2013)

Camera+ 3.9.2

Fixed a bunch of issues related to iOS versions from an era long past, like 5.1.1… and versions that don’t even exist yet. Welcome to the fuuuuuuuture!

Camera+ 3.9.1

Fixed an issue where iCloud syncing wasn’t working.

Camera+ 3.9

Effects layering

In this new version, we’ve brought the iPhone and iPad apps one big step closer to each other by adding effects layering to the iPhone. Now you can easily combine any number of Camera+’s effects to create some cool, new looks. Mix, match, and blend until you get the perfect combination. You’re limited only by your creativity.

It took us three major attempts (and countless smaller iterations) to get effects layering to feel just right and intuitive on the smaller surface of the iPhone. We’ve come up with a pretty neat UI to accomplish it and we’re confident that you’re going to be pleased with the end result.

Hollywood Effects Pack

It’s been quite a while since we’ve released a new effects pack for Camera+. Over 2½ years, actually. Well, we’ve got a real treat for you in this new version! Introducing the Hollywood Effects Pack… 9 stunning new effects and borders inspired by your favorite movies and TV shows.

Lisa Bettany and Wolfgang Bartelme combined their creative juices and worked really hard to bring you this awesome new pack.

Here’s the list of the effects included in this new pack:

• Neo
• Action
• Enterprise
• Amélie
• Dreamstate
• Madison Ave
• Home Movie
• Gotham
• Silent Movie

And here’s the new border list:

• Poster
• DVD
• VHS
• Letterbox
• HDTV
• CRT
• Super 8
• 16 mm
• Super 35

You can demo the Hollywood Effects Pack for free. When you decide to purchase it, you can unlock all its cinematic goodness for a paltry 99¢. Get it now, before we receive 9 cease and desist orders and it’s too late!

[Please note that the inclusion of the DVD border caused quite the rift within the company. There was an actual knife-fight resulting from it. So even if you hate it, out of appreciation for the sacrifices Three-Fingered Louie made for you, at least pretend to like it.]

Miscellaneous

Effects layering and the Hollywood Effects Pack are the big, new things in 3.9, but we’ve got a bunch of additional features and bug fixes we’ve also included…

In keeping with the theme of the Hollywood Effects Pack, we’ve added a couple of new widescreen cinematic crops… 1.85:1 and 2.39:1. Now you can crop your pics to feel just like they belong on the big screen. Only chumps and sucka MCs limit their crops to just squares. MAKE IT WIIIIIDE!!

Camera+ now utilizes your Facebook account if you have it setup in iOS settings, making for quick and easy setup within Camera+.

Using Camera+ on that weird, new iPod touch that only has a front-facing camera would rip a tiny hole in the space-time continuum, teleporting the user into a parallel universe where they became an Android user. We’re deeply, deeply sorry. In any case, that’s now fixed in this version.

It’s always nice to reevaluate things and polish any weak spots and we’ve done just that in this version. We’ve made a few small usability improvements that should make Camera+ feel just a bit more intuitive to use.

If you’ve purchased any effects packs in Camera+ and have multiple devices with iCloud turned-on, your purchases will now conveniently be synced for you. It’s a very welcome improvement over the whole “restore purchases” rigmarole.

Here’s one that’s a bit perplexing… in Camera+ 3.8, we added support for several languages in addition to English. One that we didn’t add was Brazilian Portuguese, the native language of Brazil. Yet, since that release, the country that Camera+ has consistently ranked the highest in is… Brazil. Go figure. But for this release, we actually have added the native Brazilian Portuguese and we’re willing to wager that Camera+ tanks in the rankings in Brazil.

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Version 3.9.1 (Jul 31, 2013)

Camera+ 3.9.1

Fixed an issue where iCloud syncing wasn’t working.

Camera+ 3.9

Effects layering

In this new version, we’ve brought the iPhone and iPad apps one big step closer to each other by adding effects layering to the iPhone. Now you can easily combine any number of Camera+’s effects to create some cool, new looks. Mix, match, and blend until you get the perfect combination. You’re limited only by your creativity.

It took us three major attempts (and countless smaller iterations) to get effects layering to feel just right and intuitive on the smaller surface of the iPhone. We’ve come up with a pretty neat UI to accomplish it and we’re confident that you’re going to be pleased with the end result.

Hollywood Effects Pack

It’s been quite a while since we’ve released a new effects pack for Camera+. Over 2½ years, actually. Well, we’ve got a real treat for you in this new version! Introducing the Hollywood Effects Pack… 9 stunning new effects and borders inspired by your favorite movies and TV shows.

Lisa Bettany and Wolfgang Bartelme combined their creative juices and worked really hard to bring you this awesome new pack.

Here’s the list of the effects included in this new pack:

• Neo
• Action
• Enterprise
• Amélie
• Dreamstate
• Madison Ave
• Home Movie
• Gotham
• Silent Movie

And here’s the new border list:

• Poster
• DVD
• VHS
• Letterbox
• HDTV
• CRT
• Super 8
• 16 mm
• Super 35

You can demo the Hollywood Effects Pack for free. When you decide to purchase it, you can unlock all its cinematic goodness for a paltry 99¢. Get it now, before we receive 9 cease and desist orders and it’s too late!

[Please note that the inclusion of the DVD border caused quite the rift within the company. There was an actual knife-fight resulting from it. So even if you hate it, out of appreciation for the sacrifices Three-Fingered Louie made for you, at least pretend to like it.]

Miscellaneous

Effects layering and the Hollywood Effects Pack are the big, new things in 3.9, but we’ve got a bunch of additional features and bug fixes we’ve also included…

In keeping with the theme of the Hollywood Effects Pack, we’ve added a couple of new widescreen cinematic crops… 1.85:1 and 2.39:1. Now you can crop your pics to feel just like they belong on the big screen. Only chumps and sucka MCs limit their crops to just squares. MAKE IT WIIIIIDE!!

Camera+ now utilizes your Facebook account if you have it setup in iOS settings, making for quick and easy setup within Camera+.

Using Camera+ on that weird, new iPod touch that only has a front-facing camera would rip a tiny hole in the space-time continuum, teleporting the user into a parallel universe where they became an Android user. We’re deeply, deeply sorry. In any case, that’s now fixed in this version.

It’s always nice to reevaluate things and polish any weak spots and we’ve done just that in this version. We’ve made a few small usability improvements that should make Camera+ feel just a bit more intuitive to use.

If you’ve purchased any effects packs in Camera+ and have multiple devices with iCloud turned-on, your purchases will now conveniently be synced for you. It’s a very welcome improvement over the whole “restore purchases” rigmarole.

Here’s one that’s a bit perplexing… in Camera+ 3.8, we added support for several languages in addition to English. One that we didn’t add was Brazilian Portuguese, the native language of Brazil. Yet, since that release, the country that Camera+ has consistently ranked the highest in is… Brazil. Go figure. But for this release, we actually have added the native Brazilian Portuguese and we’re willing to wager that Camera+ tanks in the rankings in Brazil.

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Version 3.9 (Jul 31, 2013)

Effects layering

In this new version, we’ve brought the iPhone and iPad apps one big step closer to each other by adding effects layering to the iPhone. Now you can easily combine any number of Camera+’s effects to create some cool, new looks. Mix, match, and blend until you get the perfect combination. You’re limited only by your creativity.

It took us three major attempts (and countless smaller iterations) to get effects layering to feel just right and intuitive on the smaller surface of the iPhone. We’ve come up with a pretty neat UI to accomplish it and we’re confident that you’re going to be pleased with the end result.

Hollywood Effects Pack

It’s been quite a while since we’ve released a new effects pack for Camera+. Over 2½ years, actually. Well, we’ve got a real treat for you in this new version! Introducing the Hollywood Effects Pack… 9 stunning new effects and borders inspired by your favorite movies and TV shows.

Lisa Bettany and Wolfgang Bartelme combined their creative juices and worked really hard to bring you this awesome new pack.

Here’s the list of the effects included in this new pack:

• Neo
• Action
• Enterprise
• Amélie
• Dreamstate
• Madison Ave
• Home Movie
• Gotham
• Silent Movie

And here’s the new border list:

• Poster
• DVD
• VHS
• Letterbox
• HDTV
• CRT
• Super 8
• 16 mm
• Super 35

You can demo the Hollywood Effects Pack for free. When you decide to purchase it, you can unlock all its cinematic goodness for a paltry 99¢. Get it now, before we receive 9 cease and desist orders and it’s too late!

[Please note that the inclusion of the DVD border caused quite the rift within the company. There was an actual knife-fight resulting from it. So even if you hate it, out of appreciation for the sacrifices Three-Fingered Louie made for you, at least pretend to like it.]

Miscellaneous

Effects layering and the Hollywood Effects Pack are the big, new things in 3.9, but we’ve got a bunch of additional features and bug fixes we’ve also included…

In keeping with the theme of the Hollywood Effects Pack, we’ve added a couple of new widescreen cinematic crops… 1.85:1 and 2.39:1. Now you can crop your pics to feel just like they belong on the big screen. Only chumps and sucka MCs limit their crops to just squares. MAKE IT WIIIIIDE!!

Camera+ now utilizes your Facebook account if you have it setup in iOS settings, making for quick and easy setup within Camera+.

Using Camera+ on that weird, new iPod touch that only has a front-facing camera would rip a tiny hole in the space-time continuum, teleporting the user into a parallel universe where they became an Android user. We’re deeply, deeply sorry. In any case, that’s now fixed in this version.

It’s always nice to reevaluate things and polish any weak spots and we’ve done just that in this version. We’ve made a few small usability improvements that should make Camera+ feel just a bit more intuitive to use.

If you’ve purchased any effects packs in Camera+ and have multiple devices with iCloud turned-on, your purchases will now conveniently be synced for you. It’s a very welcome improvement over the whole “restore purchases” rigmarole.

Here’s one that’s a bit perplexing… in Camera+ 3.8, we added support for several languages in addition to English. One that we didn’t add was Brazilian Portuguese, the native language of Brazil. Yet, since that release, the country that Camera+ has consistently ranked the highest in is… Brazil. Go figure. But for this release, we actually have added the native Brazilian Portuguese and we’re willing to wager that Camera+ tanks in the rankings in Brazil.

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Version 3.8 (Apr 10, 2013)

Now available in:
• Japanese
• Chinese
• Korean
• German
• French
• Italian
• Spanish

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Version 3.7.1 (Dec 19, 2012)

’Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the App Store,

Not a creature was stirring, not even a Spore.

Some crash bugs were fixed with the greatest of care,

So that you, our beloved Camera+ user, could take photos with flair!

We’ll never do shady things with your shared pics because it just isn’t right.

And on that note… Happy Christmas to all, and to all a good night!

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Version 3.7 (Dec 17, 2012)

You know those people who are never satisfied? Wait a minute… you’re one of them?? Well then, this update’s just for you!

For Camera+ 3.7, we’ve added a new Quality setting. For those of you who want your photos to be of the highest quality, we’ve introduced a third setting, named “High”. (The setting formerly named “Full” is now called “Normal” because it would’ve been confusing as hell to have a medium setting named “Full”… and the lowly, old “Optimized” setting got lucky and got to keep its moniker.)

In case you’re not totally sure exactly what the Quality setting affects, it handles the 3 Big S’s: Shooting, Sharing, and Saving.

Keep in mind that the higher quality doesn’t come for free… the price you have to pay is slower performance and larger photo sizes. So if your device if filled to the brim with photos, music, and apps, High Quality may not be the best choice for you (the actual best choice for you is probably to ask Santa for a newer device with more storage so you don’t have to keep deleting old things to make more room for new things).

And what if you *are* satisfied with The Quality Formerly Known As Full (AKA “Normal” or ☥ if you’ve been paying attention)? Well, we’ve bumped-up the quality a bit for Twitter, Message, and Web Link sharing so you’ll get better quality even if you don’t change a thing.

For this update, we’ve also done some optimizing to our recently added Front Flash feature.

And last, but not least, we’ve made photo importing more robust. Importing now does a better job handling atypical image formats. The iPad version of Camera+ (you do know that there’s an iPad version, right?) already had more robust importing and we’ve made both versions work uniformly now.

Speaking of the iPad version of Camera+ and making both versions of the app work more uniformly, you’re going to love the upcoming version 3.8, which is right around the corner. We’re working hard toward converging the features in both versions and the next major update will go a long way toward that. In addition, we’ve got a few other really cool things that we’re adding so stay tuned for it!

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Version 3.6.2 (Dec 05, 2012)

THE HELLA-BUG IS DEAD!!

If you’re one of the unfortunate Camera+ users who’ve been plagued by the bug where you launch Camera+ and you get a black camera preview, then we’ve got some incredible news for you… that bug is now ancient history!

This annoying bug has been in Camera+ for waaay too long, but we weren’t able to reproduce it ourselves so it remained as elusive as the Loch Ness Monster, Bigfoot, and John McAfee. But thanks to the most magical 1-star review, Camera+ user MikeDVB finally detailed the exact steps to reproduce it. As soon as our Bug Extermination Department got the word, POOF… it was gone like Keyser Söse.

In addition, we’ve done a lot of work on performance, so if you’ve experienced any slowdowns in recent Camera+ releases, especially during startup, this version should hopefully get you fixed-up.

IT’S NEW TO YOU (POSSIBLY)

In case you didn’t catch the release notes for our recent 3.6 release, here are some cool, new things that you may be missing out on in Camera+…

• Front Flash - take pics with your front-facing camera in total darkness!

• Horizon Level - crooked shots are a thing of the past

• Live Exposure - get real-time feedback on ISO and shutter speed

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Version 3.6.1 (Nov 22, 2012)

Q: What’s new?
A: Well, nothing.

Q: Why?
A: It’s a bug fix release.

Q: What’s fixed then?
A: Ah, ok… that’s a much better question.

So basically, we’ve resolved a handful of crashes that some of you’ve been experiencing.

There were also a couple of minor issues with the new Horizon Level feature and those are fixed now, too.

And we polished-up a bunch of other little details in the app. This helps bring you a better user experience in general.

This all will hopefully make it the most stable, solid release of Camera+ yet. We’ve got a gazillion people using the app now and it’s nearly impossible to catch every bug before we release a new version. But we have some awesome bug reporting mechanisms in the app, along with a very diligent development team, so one of our top priorities is to identify and fix any issues that come up in Camera+ ASAP.

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Version 3.6 (Nov 14, 2012)

Camera+ is widely regarded as the best shooting app in the App Store. For Camera+ 3.6 we’ve focused (almost no pun intended) our energies on making the best shooting experience even better!

Our internal codename for this update has been Operation ÜberCam and here’s why…

📷 Front Flash
First off, we’ve made the impossible possible: we’ve managed to add a flash to your front-facing camera. That’s right… you can now take pics of yourself in total darkness! We predict that the number of duckface photos taken around the world will increase by an order of magnitude as a result. We apologize in advance.

📷 Horizon Level
Are you that person who never takes a straight photo? Well, with this new level, you’ll never have to feel the frustration of taking a crooked shot again. And where levels in other cameras look like something out of a flight simulator, we went for a much different approach. We channeled the ghost of Jonathan Ive(s), said the magic phrase, “AL-LU-MIN-I-UM” three times, and this incredibly simple, elegant, and nonintrusive Horizon Level was the result.

📷 Live Exposure
We didn’t forget all of you advanced iPhoneographers with this update. With the new Live Exposure feature, you get all the details of your shot before you take it. You can now see how exposure parameters like ISO and shutter speed change in real-time as you setup your shot. You always strive to take the best photos and Live Exposure in the new Camera+ helps you achieve them.

📷 Accurate iPhone 5 Framing
An added benefit of Live Exposure is that on your iPhone 5, you now get 100% accurate shot framing. With Live Exposure turned-on, there’s absolutely no viewfinder cropping so What You See Is What You Shoot (or WYSIWYS, because the world doesn’t have enough acronyms).

📷 Many, Many Camera Improvements
As great as Camera+ shooting is, there’s always room for improvement. We really wanted to provide the best shooting experience, bar none, with this update and we believe we’ve done that. Anything that didn’t feel 100% perfect was given a good overhaul. The end result is well over a dozen improvements that add-up to the best shooting experience on any camera.

🔨 Various Minor Improvements
Yeah, we’ve been calling this update Operation ÜberCam but we didn’t just limit ourselves to camera improvements. We’ve taken a look at all areas of Camera+ that could use a good tweaking here and there and made a bunch of small changes that lead to a much better overall experience for you.

🐞 Various Bug Fixes
Ah, it wouldn’t be software if there weren’t bugs in it. We’re always trying our best to make Camera+ as bug-free as possible and this update is as close to that as ever. Thanks to all of you who report any bugs you find to us as this really helps us achieve this goal.

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Version 3.5.1 (Oct 03, 2012)

★ Better photos in low-light
On the iPhone 5 we now support the same low-light sensitivity as the native Camera app — if you're not camera-term inclined this just means you can take photos with less light than ever before. If you are camera-term inclined, your ISO can now go up to 3200 (vs 800 before - that’s 4 times MORE POWER). This will only kick in if it's really dark. [iPhone 5 only]

★ Higher quality photos when sharing to Facebook

☂ iOS 6 and general bug fixes
We’ve addressed the issues some of you were having saving to the Camera Roll in iOS 6. If you deny access to your Photos, we’re unable to save to your Camera Roll! We’ve now made the error message clearer, but unfortunately we can’t make the prompt for permission clearer at this time.

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Version 3.5 (Sep 27, 2012)

★ iPhone 5 & iOS 6 support
We’re calling this the biggest, fastest Camera+ ever. Take advantage of the taller screen of the iPhone 5 to see more photos in your lightbox and enjoy a larger editing preview area when you’re working with your photos. And with the speedy new processor in the iPhone 5 your photos will be edited and shared before you’ve had a chance to shoot them.

★ NEW iCloud sync…
We’ve been beavering away on Camera+ for iPad, that’s right iPad, for the better part of two years. The last year of which was adding iCloud sync. Now you can automatically sync your Lightbox photos between all of your devices!

As you take photos on your iPhone, they will automatically pop-up on your iPad, so you can take advantage of the larger screen and advanced editing features of Camera+ for iPad.

★ Facebook sharing with single sign-on
We’re rolling out Facebook single sign-on support for new users. So if you've got the Facebook app installed, you won't need to enter your Facebook username and password in Camera+. If you're an existing Camera+ user with a Facebook account setup, you can't use single sign-on just yet because of a little something that Facebook need to fix (we're sure they're on it).

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Version 3.0.2 (Apr 13, 2012)

Bug fixes aplenty!

- fixed a bug where Camera+ would launch very slowly if you previously had your shooting mode set to Burst (if you’re still experiencing slow launch times, please contact us at http://taptaptap.com/contact with more details so we can help resolve any lingering issues)

- fixed a bug where some user’s photo libraries weren’t able to load after pressing the Magical + Button™

- fixed a bug where a mysterious white line would appear at the bottom of the Lightbox at seemingly random times (our first assumption was that it was some sort of paranormal thing, but after further inspection, it turned out to simply be us using too aggressive of an image optimization setting for the app graphics… science wins again!)

- fixed a bug where we somehow cut the wire that links the optimized quality setting in the menu to the actual function in the app… apologies to those of you who have limited space on your iPhone

- fixed a bug relating to missing date information in the photo EXIF data (apologies for the jargonriffic explanation for this one)

- NOT owned by Facebook

Oh, and speaking of Facebook, we have fixes for the issues that some of you’ve been experiencing with Facebook posting. We decided that it’d be best to hold them for the next release because we need to do much more extensive testing on them, though. But rest assured that we’re on it and you’ll see them in another update shortly.

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Version 3.0.1 (Mar 26, 2012)

• we put the ability to import photos from your photo library back in Camera+… yay!

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

• by the way, in case you haven’t realized it by now, the import photos button is now a + button and is located in the top-right corner

• 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).

• we’ve updated the empty Lightbox graphic which used to refer to a button that used to be graphically represented by an angiospermæ and whose 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”)

• oh, that button that was just mentioned is now on the starboard side of the Lightbox, toward its apex

• much regret and remorse

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

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Version 3 (Mar 13, 2012)

★ App icon

The very first thing you’ll notice in Camera+ 3 is its shiny, new icon. It’s essentially the same Camera+ icon that you’ve grown to know and love… but better and much more polished.

★ Dramatically improved sharing

There are two main improvements here… The first is that you can now share to multiple services, or even multiple accounts on the same service, all at the same time. The second big thing that you’ll notice with sharing is the increase in speed. It’s now faster than ever to share your photos online.

★ Multiple photo library import

We’re introducing a great new feature where you can import multiple photos from your photo library all at once. And we added several fine touches to the import panel. Large thumbnails, zooming to view your photo large, and photo info will help ensure that you’re choosing exactly the photos you want.

Note: Import is now done via the + button

★ Workflows

Sometimes you want to shoot a bunch of pics in a row without having to think about things like editing and sharing. And sometimes you want to do just the opposite and edit and share each pic you take, right after you take it. Workflows easily provide you with the flexibility to do it either way.

★ Focus & exposure locks

Now you can lock the focus and exposure of the camera, independently of each other. Photographers looking for the utmost flexibility in shooting will love this new feature because it enables all kinds of creative ways of taking awesome shots.

“Bokeh?! I hardly know her!”

★ APIs

We’ve created a few comprehensive APIs for Camera+. These APIs enable people to integrate Camera+ into other apps and to create web services that make use of the many, many photos that have been shared by Camera+ users.

Several prominent developers have already integrated Camera+ into their apps via these new APIs. Check-out the WordPress, Tweetbot, Twitterrific, Foodspotting, and Twittelator Neue apps in the App Store to see these APIs in action.

And to get all the details on how the APIs work, visit http://api.camerapl.us

★ Improved Lightbox UI

We’re a bit obsessive when it comes to user interface and user experience. With Camera+ 3, we’ve reworked several details of the Lightbox to make it even more usable. It’ll take a couple of seconds to get used to the changes but we’re completely confident that you’ll love these improvements almost immediately.

★ Create web link

Many of you used to use the SMS sharing feature (now renamed to Message) for passing web links along to others. Now we’ve got a much better, easier, and dedicated way of doing it.

★ Tuned Clarity

Often imitated but never duplicated, Clarity is one of the things that makes Camera+ what it is. And now it’s even better, especially if you’re using an iPhone 4S.

★ VolumeSnap setting in menu

VolumeSnap is our birthright. That is all.

★ Status bar in Lightbox

In previous versions of Camera+, we didn’t display the status bar (you know… that thingy with the clock, battery level, etc at the top of your screen) when you were in the Lightbox. Well, that’s all changed with this version! Never again miss picking your kids up at soccer practice because you were editing photos and had no clue what time it was.

★ Improved performance

We’ve gone through painstaking steps to improve performance in several parts of the app. It all feels a lot more fluid now. But don’t just take our word on it… try it yourself and see how much nicer it is now.

★ Notifications

Find-out about Camera+ updates, news, and contests. We’ve implemented notifications so they’re not intrusive and they’re opt-in only.

★ Lotsa bug fixes

We’ve identified and fixed several bugs in Camera+. Thanks to all of you who’ve reported any issues you’ve experienced.

★ Various other subtle, but significant enhancements

“Beware of the person who can’t be bothered by details.”
— William Feather

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Version 2.4 (Jan 10, 2012)
Version 2.4VS (Nov 16, 2011)

VolumeSnap

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Version 2.3.3 (Nov 03, 2011)

⚔ Fixed a horrible bug that caused the shutter button to stop working if you had your AutoSave set to Camera Roll.

⚔ Fixed a bug where Camera+ would crash when attempting to purchase the I ♥ Analog FX Pack.

⚔ Facebook appears to have changed the way in which they send back error messages to us so Camera+ wasn’t showing detailed reasons for any errors that occurred. The next time Facebook changes their API from under us, we’re stripping it out of the app and replacing it with MySpace. Take that Eisenberg and Timberlake!

⚔ And fixed a few other, smaller bugs.

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Version 2.3.2 (Oct 25, 2011)

Big bug fixes!

🎩 Camera+ now handles low memory conditions much better, especially on older, more feeble devices

👀 we fixed a bug where some photos weren’t able to be saved to the Camera Roll (caused by unexpected EXIF data in photos imported from some naughty little 3rd-party apps)

🌀 handling photos from 3rd-party apps now adds the photos to the Lightbox immediately (yeah, this one sounds cryptic but it was an undocumented feature so don’t worry about it)

🐴 improved progress status indicators so the app doesn't seem like it’s not paying attention to you when it’s actually just busy thinking

👄 and various other minor bug fixes and enhancements

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Version 2.3.1 (Aug 30, 2011)

➤ thanks to The Crashinator, our new crash hunter and killer, we’ve managed to fix a pretty serious pigpile of crash bugs, which hopefully makes this the most stable version of Camera+ ever released

➤ we fixed a bug where the Offset border captions would sometimes be missing some or all characters… so when you shared the photo and in the message pointed-out the lovely caption (which wasn’t actually there), you seemed ever so slightly crazy

➤ we fixed a ridiculously annoying bug where tapping the delete key while typing a caption would get stuck, causing all of your caption characters to be deleted as if they got sucked into a black hole… then causing you to lose all hope in humanity

➤ we’ve improved the shadows on the caption text for the Film and Sprockets borders

➤ and a bunch of various minor bug fixes and improvements

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Version 2.3 (Aug 13, 2011)

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★
Captions!

For Camera+ 2.3 we’re very happy to announce that you can now place captions on your photos. Simply add a border to your photo and then tap the Captions button to add a nicely styled caption, designed to look great with the border you’ve chosen.

Have fun with them!
★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

What else is new?
★ we’ve improved performance in several areas of the app, especially making choosing effects much more responsive
★ the pop-up bar that appears when you tap a photo in the Lightbox has a new style that includes icon + text, making it faster to choose the operation you want (similar to Apple’s Photos app, Copy is now accomplished by tapping & holding the photo)
★ we’ve added a “Save Without Edits and Keep” item accessible by either tapping & holding Save in the pop-up bar or Save on the multiple selection screen
★ when you post photos to Facebook, we’re now uploading the photos at full-resolution
★ we’ve added a crash reporting mechanism that’ll enable us to better track-down and fix any problems you’re having with Camera+ as one of our primary goals is to make the app as stable as possible
☠ we fixed a bug where EXIF data was missing in photos when AutoSave was set to save to Camera Roll
★☠ various minor bug fixes and enhancements

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Version 2.2.3 (Jul 27, 2011)

☠ fixed a crash when choosing a Facebook album for sharing, caused by Facebook diverging from their API specification… oh, Zuckerberg ☹
☠ fixed a crash when opening Lightbox, experienced by a few very unlucky users

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Version 2.2.2 (Jul 12, 2011)

This version includes an auto-recovery and repair mechanism for those of you who’ve experienced Lightbox corruption issues. If any of you still experience issues after using this version, please contact us at http://taptaptap.com/contact

This version also fixes a bunch of crash bugs and fixes Old-Timey border glitches.

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Version 2.2.1 (Jun 07, 2011)

• sharing via SMS
• fixed an issue where people weren’t able to login to Facebook to share on it
• improved launch time
• performance enhancements
• fixed crashing issues on older devices
• various other bug fixes and improvements

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Version 2.2 (Mar 29, 2011)

THE BIG THING
Clarity ~ one tap to awesomeness!

Clarity is one of the biggest breakthroughs to happen to image processing in a long time. Simply put, it can make your photos look truly stunning with just one tap.

We created Clarity to help turn all the shots you take into perfect photos. Clarity analyzes your photos and makes several intelligent adjustments that magically bring out details and breathe life into dull photos. There’s no need to futz with complicated and confusing controls… behind the scenes, we do all that and more for you through innovative “smart-processing”.

And with Clarity, you’ll stop throwing out “bad” photos… you’ll be amazed to see what it can do to photos that you’d typically consider unusable, like shots that came out too dark.

The results are so good that you’re going to think that we sold our souls to achieve them. >:-)

SOME OTHER THINGS
✓ we’ve added a ‘+’ button to the touch focus control to enable you to easily split it into focus and exposure controls (you can still use the two-finger tap to do this)… THAT’S what the ‘+’ in the app icon was supposed to represent all along!
✓ multiple photos are now saved to your Camera Roll according to the order they were selected
✓ we’ve made it clearer when your camera is autofocusing
✓ improved Pinhole effect
✓ improved Vintage border
✓ fixed a bug where the shutter button sometimes wouldn’t work
✓ fixed a bug where photos could’ve been saved to your Camera Roll with an incorrect date/time taken
✓ fixed a bug where the timer countdown time could get stuck on the screen
✓ fixed a bug where the Cancel buttons in sharing sometimes wouldn’t work
✓ various minor bug fixes and enhancements

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Version 2.1.1 (Mar 04, 2011)

For this release, we’ve tried hard to fix all known crash bugs, especially on older devices and iOS versions. Thanks to all of you who reported the issues you were having.

We hope that this release works perfectly for everyone but if you continue to experience any problems, please report them at:

http://taptaptap.com/contact

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Version 2.1 (Feb 15, 2011)

Camera+ 2.1: Performance, stability, and robustness, oh my!

For Camera+ 2.0, we added over 50 awesome, new features]. For version 2.1, we’ve switched gears and worked hard to make the overall experience of using the app much more pleasurable. We made a whole bunch of speed improvements so everything feels zippier. We fixed many niggling bugs so the app now has a much more solid feel to it. And we added many little features and user interface improvements so that it’s much more intuitive and more of a delight to use.

One thing we didn’t focus on for 2.1 is any revolutionary, new features. But you’ll definitely want to come back soon for version 2.2. That’s all we’ll say about this for now. ;)

What’s new
1. PERFORMANCE!! Many areas of the app have been significantly optimized, especially effects processing. You’ll see vast improvements when trying out the different effects/borders and when saving/sharing photos that have effects applied.
2. MOAR CAMERA BUTTON!! We’ve added several more instances of the camera button so that you can instantly get to shooting from almost anywhere in the app.
3. We’ve changed the icon for multi-select so that it’s at least 473% more understandable. Yes, it’s inconsistent with what Apple does in the Photos app, but it actually makes sense now. You’re welcome.
4. You can now choose the order which your photos will be shared.
5. We’ve added options so that you can have your photos automatically saved to your Camera Roll as you shoot them.
6. The usability of the Info panel has been substantially improved and is now much more consistent with the rest of the Lightbox (ok, ok… we moved a couple of buttons, but we promise that you’ll quickly adjust to the new layout and you’ll like it much better before long).
7. You can now get info on photos from the Lightbox without having to zoom them first.
8. We added a menu option to turn geotagging on and off.
9. You can now tap-and-hold most buttons to display an associated action sheet with additional options.
10. The Copy button has been removed from the zoomed photo toolbar and has been replaced as a tap-and-hold popup.
11. We fixed a bug where photo previews were incorrect when an effect on them was set to a level less than 100%.
12. Location services are now only active when you’re in the camera view, saving precious battery life (thanks, jL Fotography).
13. Geotags and metadata are now retained when emailing photos.
14. The Pinhole effect has been dramatically improved.
15. We’ve improved the quality of several of the effects.
16 Vintage, Offset, Film, and Sprockets borders have been improved.
17. Most of the analog-style effects have more of a random feel to them now.
18. We fixed a bug where some people were having trouble sharing their photos on TheFaceBook.

And there are many, many other minor improvements and bug fixes in this release.

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Version 2.0 (Dec 21, 2010)

What’s new
1. added sliders to effects for adjusting effect amount
2. added exporting geolocation and metadata when saving to the Camera Roll
3. added photo info panel which shows photo metadata, editing recipe, and map with photo geolocation
4. significantly sped-up startup time
5. reworked much of the user interface so that it’s more unified and much more intuitive
6. improved the usability of zoomed photos in the Lightbox
7. improved usability of Touch Focus/Touch Exposure
8. removed “SLR” screen for a simpler user interface
9. added rotation of photos
10. added flipping of photos
11. improved most effects
12. added Cyanotype effect
13. added Tailfins effect
14. added Depth of Field effect
15. added in-app purchasing of effects, with the first being the “I ♥ Analog” effects pack
16. added Diana effect (in I ♥ Analog pack)
17. added Silver Gelatin effect (in I ♥ Analog pack)
18. added Helios effect (in I ♥ Analog pack)
19. added Contessa effect (in I ♥ Analog pack)
20. added Nostalgia effect (in I ♥ Analog pack)
21. added Expired effect (in I ♥ Analog pack)
22. added XPRO C-41 effect (in I ♥ Analog pack)
23. added Pinhole effect (in I ♥ Analog pack)
24. added Chromogenic effect (in I ♥ Analog pack)
25. improved most borders
26. grouped borders into Simple and Styled sets
27. added Light Mat and Dark Mat borders
28. added Round White and Round Black borders
29. added Offset border
30. renamed Grit border to Light Grit and added Dark Grid border
31. added Viewfinder border
32. added Old-Timey border
33. added Film border
34. added Sprockets border
35. added shooting preferences panel
36. improved operation of stabilizer
37. added timer shooting mode
38. added burst shooting mode
39. improved most scene modes
40. added Darken scene mode
41. added Cloudy scene mode
42. added Shade scene mode
43. added Fluorescent scene mode
44. added white balance lock
45. added a function to save and leave photos in Lightbox
46. added a function to commit all edits in photos
47. added a function to copy photos with edits committed
48. added a function to copy photos without edits
49. added a function to undo all edits in photos
50. added a function to remove geolocation in photos
51. added 3×2 crop
52. increased menu size and included it on both camera screen and Lightbox
53. Touch Exposure now works on iPhone 4 and 4th generation iPod touch front facing camera

Major bugs fixed
• fixed a bug in which the keyboard wouldn’t appear when posting to Twitter
• fixed a potential crash when posting multiple photos to Facebook
• fixed a bug where no previews were shown for photos taken with Camera+ and later imported into iPhoto or Aperture
• pasting photos now preserves the photo’s metadata

And many, many, many minor enhancements and bug fixes.

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Version 1.2.1 (Aug 02, 2010)

Version 1.2.1 is the Ultra Mega Stability Release

 greatly improved usability of our exclusive Touch Exposure and Touch Focus features so that you can now move around the controls once you lift your fingers, hopefully resulting in far fewer cases of pretzel-finger
 fixed a bug where the camera shutter button would stop functioning (again)
 fixed a bug where the whole app basically wasn’t working if you were using the app on a certain beta version of a certain OS (special thanks to the several people who 1-starred us for not being completely on the bleeding edge while we devlop… it’s payback time and you owe us stars… staaarrrsssss!)
 fixed a bug where double flash & flip controls would appear in the camera screen
 fixed a bug where there was a dead area with Touch Exposure and Touch Focus
 fixed a bug where the main screen shutter button wasn’t working
 fixed a bug where copying photos that were zoomed would result in unzoomed photos when pasting them
 fixed a bug where Touch Exposure and Touch Focus were using incorrect touch points if the camera was zoomed
 increased maximum zoom amount to 6× “You want the zoom? You Can’t handle the zoom!”
 various minor bug fixes and enhancements

Thanks to everyone who reported bugs and provided feedback. We really appreciate it and it helps to make Camera+ better and better.

And now we’re going back into feature mode. Stay tuned for some really cool things coming up soon in version 1.3 and beyond…

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Version 1.2 (Jul 21, 2010)

• [Camera+ exclusive] Touch Exposure: set exposure separately from focus for the ultimate control of your shots (touch with a second finger to control exposure)
• [Camera+ exclusive] Touch Focus: better than tap to focus because you can continuously drag the focus box around until your shots are in perfect focus
• [Camera+ exclusive] Photo Flashlight: use the iPhone 4 LED flash as a continuous fill light to improve photo quality, especially for portrait and macro shots
• speed of photo taking is now lightning fast
• the high quality zoom control now works on iOS 4
• stabilizer improvements
• detailed metadata is now uploaded to photos shared on Flickr
• fixed a bug where the camera shutter button would stop functioning
• fixed a bug where photos wouldn't display in the Lightbox on an iPad when in 2× magnification mode #weird
• various minor bug fixes and enhancements

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Version 1.1 (Jul 05, 2010)

• high resolution graphics for iPhone 4 Retina Display
• support for multitasking on iOS 4
• various fixes for iOS 4
• various fixes for iPhone 4
• fixed a bug where some users were having trouble logging into Twitter for sharing
• support for LED flash and front-facing camera on iPhone 4
• speed enhancements to effects processing
• various minor bug fixes and enhancements

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