Camera Pro for iPad 2

June 20, 2011 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Software | 2 Comments |
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KenigArt has just released Camera Pro, a new photography app for Apple’s iPad 2. The application, which offers 10 tools to improve photos from the device’s built-in camera, features a simple and easy-to use user interface fully optimised for the iPad 2. Camera Pro is available on iTunes for $2.99.

Kenigart Press Release

Camera Pro for iPad 2 - Use all the hidden features of iPad 2

KenigArt announces the release of Camera Pro for iPad 2 v1.0. Now, with our app, photos taken on iPad2, will look better than pictures taken on professional SLR cameras. Camera Pro contains 10 tools and instruments to help you make your photos as professional looking as if they were taken with a professional SLR camera by a professional photographer. Our application will teach you how to make highly professional photographs in one click.

KenigArt announces the release of Camera Pro for iPad 2 v1.0. Now, with our app, photos taken on iPad2, will look better than pictures taken on professional SLR cameras. The program contains 10 tools and instruments to help you make your photos a professional looking as if they were taken to a professional SLR camera, a professional photographer.

Featured by iTunes - Top 20 Paid Photography iPad App in US and 150 other countries

Now you will not need to buy an expensive book on photography, reading hundreds of books or attend expensive classes of professional photographers. Our application will teach you how to make highly professional photographs in 1 click.

Application Features:
* Simple and easy HD interface is fully optimized for iPad 2
* 10 tools to improve your photos from your iPad 2 camera
* Even if you’ve never photographed before, now you can learn how to do it at the professional level using our application!

Device Requirements:
* iPad and iPad 2
* Requires iPhone OS 4.0 or later
* 2.8 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Camera Pro for iPad 2 v.1.0 is only $2.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Photography category.

Camera Pro for iPad 2 v1.0: http://kenigart.com/camerapro4ipad2.php
Purchase and Download: http://itunes.apple.com/app/id443687178
Press Kit: http://kenigart.com/camerapro4ipad2-press.php

Kenigart is a web design and development company that you can rely on for all your digital needs. Our developers and engineers are highly competent professionals and have extensive experience in their respective fields. Every new project is based on close collaboration of the entire team with the best skills and experiences applied into all aspects of the task. Before we start every single project, first we work closely with the customer to understand their specific needs and goals. We make sure the result will meet their expectations and requirements. Our team understands that the final product should be easy to understand and maintain. In Our Studio we care about people and try to retain the best engineers, designers, and developers. We have the best talents - you get the best results at the affordable price. Copyright (C) 2011 Kenigart. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.



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#1 Enoch

This is not what it says it is. It is a picture of a DSLR camera with tips on how to take better pictures. The description led me to believe that it enhanced the functionality of the iPad camera. IT does not. It only explains the very basic functions of a DSLR.

Apple should never have approved it as described. The developers should be ashamed for lying.

3:17 pm - Saturday, July 2, 2011

#2 hottech

Thanks Enoch for that clarification. I was wondering about this myself, what with the iPad 2 supposedly having only a 1MP camera. You'll need to be Jesus Christ himself for "photos taken on iPad2 to look better than pictures taken on professional SLR cameras". What total bullshit. Whoever wrote that oughta be shot.

9:16 am - Monday, July 11, 2011