In a move that's sure to capture the attention of iPhone shutterbugs everywhere, top-rated photo-editing app Camera+ has received what might be its biggest update yet, delivering workflows, improved sharing options, and a host of other tweaks to the popular package.
First off, the programmers over at tap tap tap have made it easier to send pictures to other devices and services, allowing users to update multiple accounts simultaneously.
Elsewhere, the inclusion of the Workflows feature should help you keep track of groups of shots, and help you organise your editing according to the demands of each project.
For the control freaks among you, focus and exposure locks will now let you pick the perfect setting for each situation without the fear of an errant cloud or sudden movement spoiling your shot.
And once you've done your snapping, you can optimise every aspect of your photo in a single tap with the much-improved Clarity option.
If that's not enough to get your artistic juices flowing, there are now in-app notifications; an improved Lightbox interface; and a bunch of bug fixes which help to make one of Apple's Top 25 paid apps even better.
You can find Camera+ on the App Store for 69p / 99c.