The folks behind Camera360 have updated the popular photography app adding a handful of new features. Besides bringing a brand new, flatter user interface (UI) to the free application, users of Camera360 can also enjoy new effects, enhanced editing functions, and more.
In a press release that reached our inbox earlier today, developer PinGuo Inc. explains that the new user interface should bring the app in line with design changes made by Apple in iOS 7. There’s a new app icon, too, as well as a useful “Camera and Effect Store.”
PinGuo Inc. notes:
To make your life even easier, Camera360 has introduced Camera and Effect Store, a camera and effect platform that can help customer customize their own camera. In Camera Store, Selfie, Effects, Easy Cam and many other cameras are available to photo your way.
More than 100 different filters and effects can be downloaded using the Camera and Effect Store, and these can be installed to your iOS device free of charge.
Besides the above, collage functions have been optimized and enhanced as of Camera360’s recent update, and the application is also smaller in size (meaning it’ll install faster, and take up less space on your iOS device).
PinGuo Inc. also told us that for a limited time only, it’s offering Movie360 in the App Store free of charge. The app, which allows users to edit and enhance movies captured on an iOS device, usually retails for $4.99. We’re not sure how long Movie360 is going to be free, but PinGuo Inc. stressed that it’s a “limited-time” offer.
As mentioned, the recently updated Camera360 can be downloaded in the App Store free of charge, and it’s optimized for the iPhone and iPod touch.
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