Today the world saw the release of Camera+ 3.0, which brings a plethora of new features on top of a shiny, slick icon. Originally, the update was to be released on Wednesday morning but tap tap tap accidentally published it today while tweaking the release notes, Lisa Bettany tells us. The app has recently passed more than 7 million downloads.
The new update brings some prominent new features such as sharing of multiple photos to multiple social networks at the same time, multiple import from your photo library, separate on screen focus and exposure locks, a better fine-tuned Clarity, and a shoot and share workflow.
Not only that, there are now Camera+ APIs introduced, which integrates the app right into apps such as Tweetbot (pictured below), WordPress, Twitterrific, Twittelator, and Foodspotting. You can now also create web links to share your photos with friends to the web, including web widgets to allow the embed of your Camera+ pics to any website.
I got my hands on an early release of Camera+ 3.0 yesterday, and in the short time I’ve used it, I enjoyed new independent focus and exposure locks, to assist you in those difficult lighting conditions. Also, the ability to share to multiple networks at the same time is a huge time saver.
The Camera+ 3.0 update is free for existing users, and currently on sale for $0.99.