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Developer(s) tap tap tap
Initial release June 7, 2010
Stable release
3.7.1 / December 19, 2012
Development status Active
Operating system iOS 5.0 or later
Size 23.9 MB
Type Photography
License Proprietary

Camera+ is an app for Apple's iOS mobile operating system developed by tap tap tap. The app serves as an alternative to the standard iOS camera app, primarily adding basic and advanced editing tools (including special effects and lighting filters), an image stabilizer, and integrated sharing with Facebook, Flickr, and Twitter.

Camera+ has received generally positive reception; PC Advisor gave the app 4-and-a-half stars out of 5 and declared it a "must-have" app for iPhone photographers, praising its advanced editing functionality for allowing users to "[make] poor snaps into great photographs that will wow your friends", making the built-in camera app feel like a pinhole in comparison.[1] Wired gave the app a 9 out of 10, describing it as a "secret weapon" for photographers, and stating that it contained so much functionality that it was "too easy to get lost in the deeply layered menus or forget where you found that killer function the other day."[2] In May 2012, Apple revealed that Camera+ was the 10th most popular paid app of all time among iPhone users.[3]


  1. ^ "Camera+ review". PC Advisor. Retrieved 27 October 2012. 
  2. ^ Brown, Joe. "Camera+". Wired. Retrieved 27 October 2012. 
  3. ^ "Apple Names All-Time Top App Store Apps". Mac Observer. Retrieved 27 October 2012.