by Brent Dirks
March 28, 2014
Spectacular photography app VSCO Cam continues to get even better with an update to version 3.1. First up, the update allows users to show, hide, and reorder their presets and tools in the app. It can be accessed by going to Settings, Preferences, Toolkit or Preset Order. Along with the ability to follow curated Grids, photographers can now launch VSCO Cam in Camera View instead of directly into the Menu. Here are the rest of the changes arriving in the new version:
Ability to import high quality images in TIFF file format Updated Privacy Options Added the Grid Manifesto Added ability to change email address during verification process Various bug fixes and performance enhancementsDesigned for the iPhone and iPod touch, VSCO Cam can be downloaded now on the App Store for free. There are a number of other features that can be unlocked with an in-app purchase. Released last summer, the app was named as our Top Free iPhone App of 2013. Version 3.0 arrived back in February and brought integration with VSCO Grid and a number of other goodies. For other app news and reviews today, see: AutoRap By Smule Goes 2.0 With New Design For iOS 7, Improved Rap Battles And More, Subway Surfers Says 'Hola!' To Mexico City On Its Ongoing Virtual World Tour, Do You Have What It Takes To Be The Kickball Champion Of The World?
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