Camera+ For iPad Updated With Apple Pencil Support, UI Overhaul And More
Camera+ is one of the most popular camera apps on the App Store that allows users to edit photos in the most profound way. However, users have been long waiting for an iPad-centered update of the camera and photo editing app. So if you use the app on your iPad, developer taptaptap released an update on Wednesday featuring an updated new user interface and much more. So lets dive in to see what else the Camera+ 2.0 for iPad update brings to the table.
Camera+ App Updated With Apple Pencil Support, UI Overhaul And Much More
Camera+ 2.0 for iPad has brought a free update to all of those who already have the app installed. However, users who wish to install it anew must pay $4.99. Previously, the interface was deluded with iOS 6-style look. Now, the app has been updated with new thoroughly overhauled, modern looking user interface. Moreover, the photo editing app also comes with a new uniform appearance while taking the editing aspect to another level on the iPad. The refreshed app supports iOS 9’s iPad-only multitasking methods.
In terms of features and enhancements, Camera+ for iPad now allows for selective brushing of the various edits and filters. Other than this, an important aspect of the update is that the app finally features full Apple Pencil support. Including Apple Pencil support is big for users who wish to get very precise and fine control over their brushing. So this is definitely a plus.
Other than this, the selective brushing feature is currently exclusive to the iPad. Furthermore, iPad users can navigate to the Lab section of the app and get hold of the extensive list of powerful features and tools. Some of the tools include, Clarity Pro, Straighten, Rotate and Flip, Duotone, Tint, Focus, Film Grain, Blur, Saturation, Brightness, Exposure, Shadow, Highlights and much more. Henceforth, it’s definitely a major update.
The Camera+ update has been the first major one in more than two years. So if you’re an existing user, you will receive the update at no cost, while new users would have to pay. The app requires iPhone and iPad running iOS 8.0 or higher. So if you’re interested, be sure to download the app from the App Store.
This is it for now, folks. What do you think about the update and additional features available for iPad users? Share your thoughts with us in the comments.
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