Apple has made it official that iOS 10 Camera app will offer RAW image capture support on certain devices. Support will also be extended to third party camera apps.
Microsoft has just released a brand new app for iPhone. It's basically a selfie app with the usual bells and whistles and while we are not complaining, we just have to wonder what prompted a company like Microsoft to release an app with a purpose so insignificant.
Of all the third party alternatives to the indigenous iOS apps, the camera is probably the most replicated, with dozens of different iterations offering various options unavailable in the stock Camera.app.
Flare is an iPhone app that lets users easily shoot HDR video from their device's camera and share the full-quality result on multiple social networks.
The Geekaphone crowd have spent a month looking at the Apple iPhone in the context of it being a serious alternative to expensive standalone cameras. Written over 5 parts, the report looks into the various special effects applications we all know and love, how photo sharing applications and even compares the iPhone's camera to high-end DSLRs - turns out the iPhone is a pretty good camera!
One of the features missing from the official Facebook for iPhone app is the ability to save to your Facebook photos to iPhone’s camera roll. But fortunately, there is now a new iPhone tweak available on Cydia which enables you to save any photo from the Facebook app right into camera roll.
We already showed you earlier on how to enable MMS and video recording on the jailbroken iPhone 3G/2G. But now with “2G/3G Video MMS Enable” app for jailbroken iPhones, you can enable video MMS functionality which is missing by default on the said models of iPhone.
Although iPhone 3GS has a commendable 3.2 megapixel camera, but apart from very basic camera functionality, you can hardly do anything special with it. But then as they says that there is an app for just about anything on the iPhone, so is the case with this app as well. A new app by the name of Security Cam has just been approved which enables iPhone users to use their iPhone as security (or should I say spy?) camera.
There are times when you would suddenly like to instantaneously capture a scene or a nearby happening with your iPhone but the time available to take such shots is always limited. One normally misses out these precious moments when trying to capture them through iPhone using the native Camera app because of the time the built-in camera app takes in starting, taking picture and then closing. This problem has now been resolved for jailbroken iPhone users by Marc Vaillant who has developed a very useful app like qTweeter called “Snappy”.