If you’re someone who enjoys taking pictures on the go with your iPhone or iPod Touch, but would like to have a camera application with more features, perhaps you should try using Camera+, by Taptaptap.
Camera+ is an application that is similar to the iPhone’s native camera, but has many more features, including touch exposure and focus, a photo flashlight, a variety of different shooting modes, a grid so that you can line up your shots, 6x digital zoom, as well as many other features.
When you first launch the application, you will see a viewfinder, which is similar to the iPhone’s native camera application. Also on the screen, there is a zoom slider, as well as buttons to see the photos that are in your lightbox, a settings as well as a menu button.
If you tap on the button that looks like a gear, which is located next to the shutter button, you will be able to choose between four different settings for taking pictures, such as a “Normal” mode, an image stabilizer, a five-second timer, as well as burst mode.
The menu button, which is located at the bottom right of the screen, has options, such as turning the application’s sounds on and off, as well as enabling and disabling the zoom and grid options. There are also options to restore purchases that you may have made, as well as to choose the image quality from either “Full” quality, which saves the photos in their full resolution or “Optimized” quality, which saves the images with a maximum size of 1,200 x 1,200 pixels. There are also sharing options that you can configure, as well as the option to view information about the application.
Once you’ve taken a picture using Camera+, it will get saved to the application’s lightbox, where you can view the photos that you have taken, as well as export them to your iPhone or iPod Touch’s camera roll. Also, you can edit, save, copy, as well as share the pictures that you have taken.
If you would like to try using Camera+, you can download the application for $0.99 from the iTunes App Store.