Camera+ Update Brings New iOS 7 Look, Sharing, And More

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Doesn't look *too* different, right?
Doesn't look *too* different, right?

Tap tap tap, the developer of Camera+, announced Tuesday that it too is updating its popular iOS prosumer camera application to match the new iOS 7 look and feel, along with several other sharing and shooting improvements.

Co-founder Lisa Bettany emailed to tell us about the overhaul to the redesign, which gives Camera+ a better match to Apple’s new mobile operating system for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Camera+ Gets Major Update With New Filter Packs, Layered Effects

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So many new filters, it's hard to choose.
So many new filters, it's hard to choose.

Developer tap tap tap just announced the details on its latest Camera+ update for iPhone and iPad. The folks behind one of the best camera app replacements out there add the ability to layer effects in editing, letting you quickly and easily add and remove a multitude of effects per photo, stacking and re-arranging the order of the effects to attain your own unique look and style.

If you’re not into doing all the micromanagement, Camera+ is also releasing two new filter packs.

Camera+ For iPhone Gets Lots Of New Features & Improvements In Latest Update

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Camera+ now offers a horizontal level and live exposure on iPhone.
Camera+ now offers a horizontal level and live exposure on iPhone.

Camera Awesome: Quite Awesome, But Awesomizer Could Be Awesomer [Review]

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Camera Awesome is a new all-singing, all-dancing photo app on the iOS Store this week. But just how awesome is it?

Brought to you by photo sharing site SmugMug, the first noticeable thing about this app is the price: it’s free. There are no adverts inside it, you’ll be pleased to hear. But there are quite a lot of extras that can only be unlocked with in-app purchases.

Serenity App Hopes To Soothe Away The Worries Of The Day [Review]

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New from Tap Tap Tap is Serenity, a relaxation app for iPhone or iPad.

Relaxation app? What’s one of those? It’s an app for relaxing by; in this case, a digital jukebox of all things peaceful, calm, tranquil, and imperturbable. It plays sounds and moving images to lull you to sleep, or at least to a less troubled state. It’s an anti-alarm clock. Without the clock.