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Next week, families will come together to celebrate the holiday spirit and take a whole lot of photos, many of which will be shot on an iPhone -- so the latest major Camera+ update will probably be a real gift to them.
tap tap tap released Camera+ 5 on Wednesday, a major update to the venerable iPhone camera alternative that offers a host of new ways to take and tweak your digital photos on the go.
Camera+ 5 introduces The Lab, which the developer calls "world-class photo editing" for the iPhone. At the top of that list is Clarity Pro, a substantial upgrade that allows adjustable Clarity while adding a new Vibrancy Boost to make photos truly pop.
The app also now includes the ability to manually or automatically straighten photos, tint with almost any mood imaginable including duotone, add soft focus or analog film grain, sharpen photos that came out a little too blurry and crank down the overall saturation.
But that's not all: Camera+ 5 also provided a fix for over- or underexposed images, temperature adjustments, brightness and contrast, highlights and shadows and vignettes, all of which make the app a far more professional solution.
Last but not least, the app's built-in camera is chock full of refinements, while the app itself allows creation of iOS 7-friendly wallpapers and comes equipped with a shiny new, flatter icon to match.
Camera+ 5 for iPhone is now available for $1.99 on the App Store and requires iOS 6.0 or later; the update is free to existing customers. The developer warns that iPhone 3GS users won't have access to the full complement of Lab features, but have included the ones that "didn't melt our test phones."
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