User reviews affect conversion to installs and app rating. Featured and helpful reviews are the first to be noticed by users and in case of no response can affect download rate. This is why it is highly recommended to reply to them.
This is the best app I've came across that even remotely comes close to having nearly any and every feature you can think of pertaining to a photo app. It literally had everything. I wish there were more how to videos with more detailed instructions and explanations as to what each feature is. If you're an experiences photographer of course you know what all these terms mean but if you're like me anda beginner, it can be intimating at times trying to learn what everything is and how it works. That's the reason I gave it 4 stars only due to the small lack of explanations on things. True you do have how to videos, I just only request more details of the videos but thanks you for coming up with an app that has it all. The best part,it's AFFORDABLE!! For the tiny tiny cost of the app...you can't go eornv.
Bought the new app hoping that if they released an entirely new app, at cost, maybe they finally fixed the one feature that makes the app interesting which is shooting & editing in RAW. Unfortunately this app suffers from the exact same issue the previous one did, that of blurry unusable photos (this is post-patch that claims it was fixed) if you choose RAW (on iphoneX). Did multiple tests and it’s definitely an app issue as both the HEIF image are blurry when you turn on RAW, soon as you disable you get sharp photos. From my testing it looks to be a processing issue, which brings up the new issue with this app, that of being frustratingly slow! Moving between elements of the app, switching shooting modes, all are so slow and clunky it makes the app a pain to use. Having paid for both versions now, My take is it is not worth the money to 1.not get reliable use of he advanced features and 2. Slow down your shooting experience over the native iphone camera app.
I really like the fact that photos can be saved to the Lightbox in the app, only. This helps reduce the number of photos saved to my main photo library, because I only have to save the photos I want to keep, instead of all the photos that are out of focus, badly framed or otherwise just not that great. Fewer saved photos in the library means far less time wasted clearing out clutter later on. I take a LOT of photos of stuff that I am selling, & not all of them get used. Being able to do the editing within the app and then save the photo is a real time saver. The only missing feature is one that I would really like to have: a tool to edit out blemishes, such as specks of dust on a white background or on the surface of something I’ve photographed.
Ok let’s just start this off by saying the original Camera+ was my go to app because of dependability pic quality and numero uno the lightbox feature nobody had then or not always nowadays. However this new improved version ups the ante with the trash can feature to replace the awesome undo tab of the previous app which saved the day when possibly deleting something permanently. It’s not easy to find in light box look for deleted not labeled as a trash can cuz I had thought I deleted something seriously awesome I was enraged lol thank heavens I discovered the deleted area, Whew! Those who say this is just like the original aren’t paying close enough attention. It’s just as good yet better. Case closed.
Very responsive help. Great Blogs with help. I had requested ability to “easily” print help and blogs so I can study at my pace. Nöel Rosenthal, who writes the blogs and heads design responded to request quickly and personally that they would look into it. Pretty darn good these days. No AI. As for Camera+2 your images will improve dramatically especially with the newer better camera lenses. I leave my FujiFilm X-2 home more often now as ease of sharing pics is so easy within app. And for print RAW is there so easily pop into your photo editor and you have a great image to print! Thanks Nöel for response and looking forward to print utility within app.
Developed by the LateNiteSoft S.L.,
who have also released the following apps Camera+ 2 .
Camera+ 2 has 1 058 user reviews.
Camera+ 2 has an average rating of 4.3.
The latest version of Camera+ 2 (3.6.2) was released on Jan 09, 2020.
You can download Camera+ 2 here:.
Whether you’re a seasoned photographer or someone who’s barely touched a camera, Camera+ 2 will make you love taking photos.
Camera+ 2 is the best and most powerful camera app available. We love taking photos too, and we've made it our mission to incorporate all the advances in photo technology that are being introduced year after year. Your iPhone is a great camera, and Camera+ 2 is the tool it deserves.
Camera+ 2 adapts to your style and technical savvy. If you like the system camera, select the Auto preset to use a simple, clear interface that will let
you concentrate on your shot. Camera+ 2 provides all the essential framing and exposure tools, and will select the best parameters for you.
As your skills progress, or if you are already familiar with DSLRs, you'll feel at home in Manual mode. You'll be able to select the best lens, shutter time, ISO or white balance for your capture.
Other presets are available for purpose-specific captures, providing sensible settings for the task at hand. Slow Shutter allows you to take long exposures, even in daylight. Macro is optimized to work on close subjects, and Action tracks the object you select and automatically enables Burst so you don't miss the shot.
If your iPhone has multiple lenses, the Auto preset will use the best one(s) for your scene -just like the standard camera does-, and will produce Deep Fusion pictures if it needs to. In Manual mode you are the boss: Camera+ 2 will always honor all the controls you choose. If you want to use the Tele lens, Camera+ 2 will not engage the digital zoom even if the Wide could gather more light. No more surprises after the fact.
RAW mode provides maximum flexibility for editing, by saving the exact image captured by the sensor at its full precision. Use our built-in RAW Editor to develop your images, or send them to your computer and keep using the tools you are already familiar with.
Shooting Assist Tools
Use Smile mode to shoot when people are smiling, or Stabilizer to ensure your iPhone is steady enough to produce a sharp picture. Burst and Timer can also be enabled any time you need them.
Focus Peaking highlights the parts of the image that are in focus, which is invaluable if you are focusing manually. Zebra Stripes detect those parts of your composition that are over- or underexposed.
Depth Capture, which is optimized for person subjects, is available in iPhones with dual or triple cameras, and in the iPhone XR. Depth information is saved alongside the image, and the adjustments in The Lab can be selectively applied to distant or close subjects.
Photos taken with Camera+ 2 go to the Lightbox by default. Filter them easily to focus on the ones you want to work on, and use the built-in editors to create the exact look you are aiming for. Save or share the final versions when you are done.
Burst sessions are automatically grouped together. You can quickly cull the best photos in a burst. If you are so inclined, you can even create an animated GIF from a burst.
All photo editors are available from the Lightbox. The RAW Editor includes tools such as Curves or a White Balance picker. The Lab contains many photographic tools that allow you to fine-tune the exposure, boost the shadows or sharpen your photo, among many others. Dozens of built-in filters help you get that final look.
Photo Library Integration
The editors can also be used on the photos in your Photo Library. Switch between your library and the Lightbox by simply tapping a button, or use drag and drop gestures in the iPad. Files and iTunes integration are also available to easily transfer pictures to your computer or other apps.
Camera+ 2 works great in iPhone and iPad. Use the same tools consistently across all your devices, and take advantage of multitasking in iPad. All features are included in your purchase for all platforms - no in-app purchases required.
In the meanwhile, check latest insights
on mobile business
Let’s find out how to master this peculiar way of communication with your app users and form a good starting strategy. We will discuss difference with support tickets, reviews automation and give examples of how to respond to peculiar reviews.
According to statistics, King is one of the highest-earning mobile games’ publishers in the world, with average annual revenue of $2 billion. What’s the secret of such success, and which marketing activities lead to the company’s welfare? Let's find out.