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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. We’ve got a preview and a little more information
The BrainFeverMedia photo apps — LensLight, LensFlare and Alien Sky — have just completed a round of updates. Resolution has been bumped up to 9 megapixels on all three apps.
KitCam just got another update today. Among the new features, it now features the same low-light mode found on many other high-end camera apps. The base model is also on sale now for only $0.99 for a limited time.
Huemore, the creative color camera for iPhone, was just released and is available in the App Store now for $1.99. I’ll have a full review later this week, but click here for more info and a download link.
The three excellent BrainFeverMedia photo apps — LensLight, LensFlare, and Alien Sky — were all recently updated. All three add great photorealistic effects to your images.
The JackPod! is an interesting Kickstarter for a new, universal tripod mount for iPhone, iPod Touch, and any other smartphone-sized device. Rather than clamp to or clip on your iPhone or Android device, it mounts your smartphone to a tripod using its external headset jack.
Mobile microstock market Pictorama has shut down “due to insufficient funds.” They are no longer accepting or licensing photos. Further, all remaining payouts have been canceled by the company. The servers have already been shut down and no more transactions are possible.
dotfunc(camera) just got a long-awaited update. It’s really two camera apps in one. At its core, dotfunc(camera) is an excellent perspective correcting camera app.
Laminar Express for iPhone is back in the App Store. It had been gone for a few days. The version number still stands at 1.9 — the same as the previous update. The only difference that I can see in today’s update is that the app has gotten through another name change and is now called Laminar (for iPhone).
Great news! Simply B&W has found a new home! Fotosyn, the developer of the excellent Bleach Bypass and Geló apps, will be continuing development of this excellent and easy to use black & white conversion app.
A while back, we did a story about a pretty big App Store photo app scam ring. As predicted, the scammers are back. The developers and the app names are different, but the apps are the same and still crappy.
The winners have been announced in all 12 categories of the 2013 Mobile Photo Awards — The MPAs.