As you may or may not recall, the highly Qi rated Camera+ fell foul of Apple’s strict development guidelines last summer, and only resurfaced in early December.
The publisher had unlawfully (in the Big A’s eyes) reconfigured the iPhone’s volume rocker for its own end, i.e. a camera shutter.
We here at the Quality Index were delighted to see Camera+ on sale again, not least because it came packing a stack of new tools in v. 2.0 to brighten up images, stabilise the handset, and produce sophisticated effects.
Tap tap tap hasn’t shut up shop on Camera+, though, and thrown away the key: not a chance.
In fact, quite the opposite, for it’s been beavering away in the labs on a major new feature, dubbed Clarity:
“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’.”
Snap Camera+ up now at the discounted price of 59p / 99c / €0.79.