******NEW: Award winning Best Camera app is updated for iPhone 4 and offers multi-tasking, new filters, a customizable filter interface and sharing options.
“Top 20 apps of the year” -Wired Magazine
“Top 20 apps of the year” -Macworld
“One of Apple Sr. VP Phil Schiller’s Favorite apps” -New York Times
Inspired by the phrase "The Best Camera Is The One That's With You," the award-winning Best ...
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iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch
Category: Photo & Video, Social Networking
Updated: January 22, 2011
Publisher: Ubermind, Inc.
Version 1.3.4 [5.253125 MB]
The best way to make a good... by jessicadally
When this app says it's the best camera app it's no lie. Sure, nothing will turn your little iPhone into the perfect, expensive digital camera, but this app is a very simple way to make almost perfect pictures look much, much better. It allows you to change the "filters" on your camera to lighten, darken or just color adjust the pictures you've taken already which can help show the beauty of a landscape photo when for whatever reason it’s lost in translation with just the simple picture. This app is excellent for color adjusting those photos taken in the shade or partial sun as can happen when you’re taking photos during the day where the perfect shot is taken only by standing on the other side of the sunshine. This app beats out the Photoshop app due to it’s easy of use even for the technically challenged. Possibly most importantly it lets you share your photos right from the app to Facebook, Twitter, Flickr or send them by email, and of course you can also save them to your phone. Once your done making that overly bright photo a bit more dramatic, or playing with that landscape or still life photo you can show off your work effortlessly. As the photo app states, “The best camera is the one that’s with you” and this will make the one you have all the time, your phone, much, much better than it would ever be on it’s own.