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Camera+ app comes to the iPad

by Nicole
September 28, 2012 at 5:35 pm

Tap Tap Tap has released the iPad version of Camera+.

Camera+, an iPhone camera application that has been one of the most popular photography apps in the App Store is coming to the iPad.

The new app for iPad comes with many of the features of the iPhone version, bringing with it iCloud sync.

The app will help users sync photos between the iPhone and iPad versions of the app for easier editing.

In addition, there is a host of new features only available in the iPad version.

They include the brush-on effects with which users use their finger where they want to apply effects by setting brush size, softness, and intensity.

Straightening photos, advanced image adjustments, and importing photos from Flickr and Facebook on the iPad are among the new features.

In addition, on the iPad, the app helps to separate focus and exposure from each other, something that the camera app in iOS doesn’t have.

Camera+ is on sale for a price of $0.99 and is now available in the iTunes App Store.

Source: The New York Times via Tap Tap Tap

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