Camera Plus is an app created by Global Delight Technologies Pvt. Ltd. It costs $.99 and is available on the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. This app is not to be confused with Camera + by tap tap tap or Camera Plus Pro by Global Delight Technologies Pvt Ltd.

 

Functionality:

Camera Plus allows you to take photos with really great precision. Whether you want more control on brightness or focus, you’ll be glad to know that Camera Plus can deliver that extra control. Not to mention that it also has a burst mode, timer-shot mode and stabilization mode. Camera Plus also lets you choose the resolution each image should be saved in.

A feature I really appreciated was Camera’s Plus level indicator. Once you enable this indicator you can basically tell if you’re holding your phone level to your phone, and if the image is straight. I haven’t seen this feature in any other app, so that’s a plus. No pun intended 😉camera_plus_app_review

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The Good:

This app also comes with an editing feature that lets you edit photos’ contrast, brightness and orientation. Camera Plus even has a “Pix’d” mode that magically enhances your photos.

 

The Bad:

The in-app editing feature of Camera Plus by Global Delight kind of falls short to be honest. Camera+ from tap tap tap is only $.99 and has an amazing editing functionality.

If Camera Plus’s editing functionality isn’t enough for you, then you can always get Camera Plus Pro from the same developer for $1.99. Personally I think there is no reason to have two versions of the same app. If you buy Camera Plus for $.99 and find out the editing isn’t good, then you will have to buy Camera Plus Pro for $1.99. Now you’ve essentially spent $3 on what you could have just avoided by getting Camera+ from tap tap tap.

Also in Camera+ by tap tap tap you can drag the focus point around the screen. In Camera Plus by Global Delight you can’t do that. You have to re-tap each time you want to focus the screen on something else.

 

Conclusion:

This app doesn’t offer enough editing power to be a viable photo solution on iOS. Skip it altogether and consider getting Camera Plus Pro, or have a look at Camera+.

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