100 Cameras in 1Photographer Trey Ratcliff’s 100 Cameras in 1 is a texture app with an interesting interface and, for me, very obscure and frustrating filter names. It incorporates zen sounds and various textures. It’s one of the first photo apps to make iPhoneography a game. It was one of the first photo apps to directly save to Instagram.

Version 3.1.3 has just been released. It’s got a minor bug fix, but the major bug of the app still has not been addressed over six months later. The app is not fully iPhone 4S compatible. And I’m talking about the full, $1.99 version.

100 Cameras in One only saves up to 1200×1200 pixels on my iPhone 4S, even this update, even after deleting and reinstalling. It still saves full square format 1936×1936 on my iPhone 4.

While the app has languished lately in update limbo, this is the second update of the app since the release of the 4S. 100 Cameras went so long with out an update after the 4S’ introduction, I’d begun to think that the app was no longer being supported. However, two updates later the problem still hasn’t been fixed.

100 Cameras is no longer in the App Store’s Top 50. I’ve previously reviewed 100 Cameras before the 4S broke it. For a texture app, it’s still worth a look for iPhone 4 owners. For iPhone 4S owners, there’s little reason to purchase the app until this bug is fixed. Hopefully, it’ll get resolved before the iPhone 5 is released.

100 Cameras in One is $1.99 in the App Store. Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.Requires iOS 5.0 or later.

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