Camera+, a high-quality alternative to Apple’s stock app, has just been updated to version 6.1 with the addition of two new features.
First up, the app now offers a Pro quality setting. When users select this setting, images will be processed in the TIFF format with lossless compression. Developer tap tap tap said the setting isn’t made for everyday use, but is perfect for special shots where image quality is key.
Also, the front flash feature has been improved with the addition of an automatic setting instead of just on or off.
Finally, the app once again supports iOS 7 users who haven’t upgraded to Apple’s latest version of iOS. Just to note, users won’t be able to take advantage of a number of iOS 8-specific upgrades.
Designed for the iPhone/iPod touch, Camera+ can be downloaded now on the App Store for $1.99. And if you’re willing to go through a few quick steps, you can even download the app free via the Apple Store app. Read more on how to do that here.
Before today’s update, the last major version of the app arrived in late September, ushering in more precise manual camera controls and more.
For other app news and reviews today, see: Automatic app update brings License+, a program for teen drivers and their parents, With Exposure, you can get even more personal with your photos, and Super Hexagon-like twitch reflex game Wave Wave updated to version 2.0.