Perhaps most notable of them is the introduction of photo-editing tools, enabling you to edit your photos right within the app. These tools let you adjust the exposure or the focus of your photos as well as apply filters and add text to them.
The latest update to Shutter also clears a couple of points of confusion in the app.
One, the app now makes it clear whether or not photos have been uploaded to the cloud. Photos that are pending upload are indicated with a cloud sync icon, while those that don’t have the icon are already uploaded and backed up in the cloud.
And two, no longer will the Camera Roll and Photo Stream sections cause confusion since they have been streamlined into one Camera Roll section and a My Albums section — which are the same sections associated with the native iOS camera.
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According to StreamNation, the following improvements are also included in the new version of Shutter:
- To make sure you don’t use all your data on your mobile, we let you choose if you want to upload on Wi-Fi or 3G when you decide to auto-upload all your photos from your native Camera Roll
- Photos and videos you take with Shutter are of the same quality as with the device’s camera
- We also gave you access to the FAQ from within the application in case you have any questions.
- Miscellaneous bug and crash fixes
Shutter is dubbed an infinite camera on account of its being a cloud-based app that provides an unlimited camera roll with smart storage management, unlimited sharing, album management, and background upload.
Unlimited storage on StreamNation’s flagship media center service costs $19 per month, but unlimited storage on Shutter is absolutely free.