Camera+ 5.1 update fixes the Day One integration bug and adds widescreen photos
Camera+ has been the go-to photography app of choice for iOS users for years thanks to its rich feature set. Since the release of iOS 7 it's only gotten better, adding increased editing options like The Lab to an already impressive product. Developer Tap Tap Tap has released yet another update, fixing a compatibility bug and introducing even more new toys.
After the December 2013 Camera+ update, users found a new bug that broke integration with the journaling app Day One. This API issue has been resolved with version 5.1 thanks to the help of the Day One development team.
In keeping with Camera+ history, this update makes the app even more customizable. Editing fans will enjoy the ability toggle if the app opens to the editing or photography sections. If you mostly use the Lab feature this will be a nice little time saver. Lab users will also enjoy the ability to quickly reset adjustments by tapping and holding on what they'd like to change.
On the photography front, Camera+ 5.1 introduces a widescreen photo option that shoots in 16x9, along with a new filter intensity feature called Boost. With Boost, you can now raise the intensity of a filter up to 200%.
You can find the update right now in the iTunes store.
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