March 8, 2017 – Basic Pixels’, the company behind the renowned iOS ‘Camera Pixels’ app, recently released a public application update for the iPhone community. The latest update aligns the Camera Pixels application with a raw sense of realism, multiple tools and many features that are ready to be explored by iPhone owners.
More details available at http://camerapixels.basic-pixels.com/
At its core, the Camera Pixels app is just the same rendition of all other image enhancement suites available in the iPhone app community. However, what sets this application apart are the results, the technology and its U.I. which increases the accessibility factor by tenfold. Regardless of whether someone is using this application for artistic intent or for mere family photo collages, there is something for everyone out there.
The company’s developers recently released a huge update that attends to a wide variety of old features, but also adds several new perks that weren’t there before. Although the update changelog details all the nitty gritties, but some of the key highlights are appended below for ready reference:
• Added and improved tint selection feature for color balancing.
• Added torch feature to help avoid dark imaging issues.
• Bug fixes for increased app response time.
• Added more images to raw bracket section.
• Minimal layout and new overhauled user interface for easy maneuverability.
• Multi-shot mode used for noise free capturing, light painting and few creative techniques.
In addition to above features, iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus users can crunch more details and vibrancy out of their selfies by utilizing the 8MP image results. By default, the front facing selfie camera is restricted to slightly low resolution images with subpar quality. However, the Camera Pixel application was designed to enable 8MP mode for extreme quality output, which is an exclusive feature for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus owners out there.
The future updates for Camera Pixels are rumored to introduce more features for enhanced results. The company believes that taking mobile photos are not just about filling the gallery with dull photos. Users expect to create memories, cherish moments and revel in joy with their loved ones whenever they look at those photos – that is exactly what this application offers.
People see the world in burst of short images, which is why it is important to offer something different and unique to an average iPhone user. Besides, mobile phones are the preferred mode for the so-called “professional level photography”, therefore Basic Pixels is staying ahead of the competition one update at a time.
About Basic Pixels:
Basic Pixels is a Netherlands based mobile app development company. Under its founder and CEO: Natalya Petrenko’s tutelage, the company is busy developing handy new applications for the mobile community. Their ‘Camera Pixels’ app is noted for its flagship features & innovative touch by iPhone users from all over the world.
Company Name: Basic Pixels
Contact Person: Natalya Petrenko
Country: United States