Analog Camera coming soon to iPhone

Realmac Analog Camera for iPhoneography


Realmac Software have announced the upcoming release of a new photo app, Analog Camera. It’s the iOS companion to their Mac-only photo app Analog (already available in the Mac App Store here ).

We’ve got a preview video and a little more information right after the jump. >>>

analogcamera_icn“We’ve built Analog Camera with the principles of Clear in mind, with a beautifully simple and uncluttered UI that we think is a delight to use,” says Realmac Software Marketing Manager Rob Jarman. “With essential features to compose the perfect shot, and a stunning set of filters for post-processing built into the ‘snappiest’ UI on iOS, Analog Camera will revolutionise taking photos just as Clear revolutionized to-do lists!”

While I’m not sure how Analog will revolutionize lo-fi iPhoneography, from the preview, the app looks super-easy to use, with several filters and all of the major sharing options. According to the developer, the Facebook and Twitter share buttons — two of the most used — are front and center. A nice touch.

Looking for Instagram share? “The top right Share button is ‘Open With’ where you can open your images in Instagram, Evernote, Path, etc.,” says Rob Jarman. “The other buttons are save to ‘Camera Roll’, ‘Mail To’ and the social options below depend upon what you have activated in your iPhone settings, the most common two of course will be Facebook and Twitter.”

The Mac version of the app has 27 filters — all richly saturated lomo-style filters, along with a selection of borders as well. No word on the exact number of filters the iOS version will have or the app’s resolution.

Analog Camera for iOS will be available for $0.99 when it’s released.

More details are available at the Realmac Software website.




UPDATE 05.15.13: Updated sharing options

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Marty is a self-employed graphic designer in the Fort Worth/Dallas Metroplex. He is an avid Rangers baseball, Chicago Cubs, Packers and Highbury Arsenal fan. In addition to capturing random moments with whatever camera is close by (usually his iPhone), his other interests include coffee, film, music, and traveling in seats 5E and 5F with his fiancé.
  • John V. Keogh

    That’s not Marble Arch, it’s the Brighton Pavilion!

    • munchkin

      What I understood from the video, “Marble arch” is the name of the filter, not the building on the picture. 😉

  • zerozero31

    It’s here!

  • Mike

    …and it’s the lamest app ever to get so much press.

  • Adam

    I’ve got it. It is very easy to use except I can’t figure out how to get back to the camera from the filters!

    Other than that, so simple. Definitely needs more work in terms of filter options but a great start.

  • WeiKhuen

    To get back to camera from filter, swipe the finger downward all the way.

    The app is too simple. They need to add more features, support more formats…..Hope to see update soon

    • Kevin

      “More features?” Like what? Just aimlessly adding “more features” rarely results in something good – what do you want it to do?