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Camera+ 2 for iPad is finally here!

July 13, 2016 by 8 Comments

About John Casasanta

Among too many other things to list, including serving as chief of tap tap tap, John Casasanta is the Producer and Architect of Camera+. He possesses the innate ability to make people cringe on demand.



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Get ready for this big update with an all-new, slick, modern user interface.

Version 2 sports the world class, professional photo editing that you users of Camera+ for iPhone have been enjoying via The Lab. But the iPad version takes photo editing to a new level by supporting selective brushing of the various edits and filters. And those of you who own an Apple Pencil will appreciate it even more because we’ve also added Pencil support, enabling you to get very fine, precise control over brushing with it.

Here’s the extensive list of powerful tools available to you in The Lab:

  • Clarity Pro
  • Rotate & Flip
  • Straighten
  • Tint
  • Duotone
  • Soft Focus
  • Film Grain
  • Sharpen
  • Blur
  • Saturation
  • Temperature
  • Exposure
  • Brightness
  • Contrast
  • Highlight Detail
  • Shadow Detail
  • Vignette

Camera+ for iPad now also fully supports iPad multitasking.

Version 2 of Camera+ for iPad is a free upgrade to existing users. New users can start enjoying it for just $4.99. Grab it in the App Store.

8 Comments

  1. Omg omg omg. I had totally given up on Camera+ and had filed it in the abandonware category. Time to revisit it? (Now you need to update your website)

  2. Do photos sync with the iPhone version? Will photos taken on my iPhone automatically sync with the iPad version for easy editing?

  3. Where is a tutorial for your product?
    How to set up two iPads with app, one for remote using the other as lens?

    Please advise.

  4. What’s the difference between the iPhone vs. iPad Camera+ app?
    For some strangely frustrating reason the iPads aren’t equipped with a flash so I’m wondering if the iPad version has a feature to compensate for this that maybe the iPhone version doesn’t or are they the same or about the same?

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