Camera+ the perennial best seller among iPhone photography apps has just received a major update to version 3! Aside from a shinier app icon, they’ve added sharing features, support for importing multiple photos from your library into Camera+ at the same time, something they call Workflows which apparently let you decide if you want to shoot and edit later or shoot and edit now. They’ve also added the ability to lock focus and exposure, feature I’ve been really enjoying from the new Awesome Camera app, a competitor to Camera+ and in my opinion the best camera replacement app available a the moment. (I will post a full review of Camera Awesome soon, promise!)
Camera+ 3.0 also added APIs for other app developers to use. This will allow interaction with other apps so you could shoot with Camera+, do some edits, then pass the edited version to another app all without saving a version to the camera roll and having to then import in the other app. Tap Tap Tap has updated the Lightbox UI, and tuned up the Clarity filter – one of the most popular features of the Camera+ app.
The list of improvements and features goes on so be sure and check out the full write-up in the iTunes store while you are waiting for the download to finish. Enjoy!