There are many third-party camera apps for iOS. While most users are happy with the stock iOS Camera app, developers can add many features to streamline the image capture process. Top Camera 2 from Lucky Clan revamps their long-running Top Camera app, and updates the interface for iOS 8 users. The new version integrates various shooting modes, filters, and editing functions for stills and video into one place.
Adobe has added to its list of iOS apps with yesterday's release of Photoshop Fix and Capture CC. Both are available on the App Store free of charge, giving iPhone and iPad photographers more options for creating the perfect image. When it comes to Capture CC, features found in several Adobe apps have been consolidated and the older apps will no longer be updated.
Over 30 apps identified by Apple, mostly available on the Chinese App Store, were infected with malware after developers mistakenly downloaded a rogue copy of iOS Xcode development tool. Apple quickly responded over the weekend by pulling the apps from the App Store, and today the company has updated its XcodeGhost Q&A page with a list of the top 25 most popular apps impacted by the malware. The list includes popular titles such as Rovio’s Angry Birds 2 and the messaging app WeChat.
Getting the scoop on which Cydia tweaks and themes are worth installing can be tough. Cydia Ratings seeks to change this, by adding a user rating system inspired by the App Store to Cydia. The more people install and use Cydia Ratings the more reviews will be available to help Cydia users separate the wheat from the chaff. Not only can reviewers leave a 1-5 star review, but text comments are also supported.
The App Store's latest promotion, "Amazing Apps & Games for 99¢," is currently running, but it will only be around for a limited amount of time. This is a good and affordable opportunity to discover apps for your iPhone or iPad that are normally priced well above a dollar. There are 24 titles available, twelve apps and twelve games: