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29-01-2010, 11:36 AM
Camera Plus Pro v1.3 iPhone-COREPDA

Compatible with iPhone. Requires iPhone OS 3.1 or later.

Camera Plus Pro is a complete camera app for your iPhone with its host of Capturing, Editing, Managing and Sharing options.


Why buy many other Camera apps, when Camera Plus Pro can do all this:

☛Copyright and Date
Personalize your photos

☛Protect Private Photos
Hide private photos with a password

Tag your pictures. Use the Search option to quickly locate your photos

☛Real-time Adjust
Apply multiple adjustments on a single photo

Instantly share single or multiple snaps to Flickr and Facebook with Tags,Twitter or share via Mail.

and more......

☛Tap to focus
Lets you tap the display to focus on anything (or anyone) you want. Works on iPhone 3GS.

Tap and apply up to three varying degrees of Flash

Choose from Square and Circular crop

☛Real-time Adjust
Adjust the brightness, saturation, hue, sharpness and contrast.

B/W, Sepia, Invert, Antique, Burn, Nature and Ocean.

☛Apply Effects at Full Resolution
Due to using advanced algorithms you can apply Filters and Effects live at full resolution.

Quickly Sync pictures from the Quick Roll to the Camera Roll.

☛Point Zoom
Zoom to a particular point with precision

☛Burst Mode
Capture 3 to 15 shots continuously with one second time delay

☛Timed capture
Set upto 10 seconds on the timer

☛Big Button, Anti-Shake, Gridlines for quality snapping

A unique feature of Camera Plus Pro is the Quick Roll. The Quick Roll supports features such as Tag and Search, protect private photos, Filters, Editing function, Sharing multiple pictures via Flickr, Facebook and Twitter, adjusting picture quality for faster upload and save. You can also sync it with your Camera Roll.

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What's new

- Auto-save captured photos
- Geo Tag photos, upload and share
- Upload multiple photos to Picasa
- Photo rotate and flip
- Photo Adjustment: Tint and Temperature control options
- Saving camera options settings


Only photos taken with iPhone's default camera retains the EXIF data for each of the photos within the Camera Roll. So, you will not see the Geo-tagging details for the synced or imported photos.