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CamFish gets an update to add few requested features

CamFish

I wrote about CamFish a few days back, and quite liked the full-featured camera app. While most reviews on the Windows Phone Store and as comments to the last post were positive, few pointed out some much needed features missing. There were also some complaints about the frequent crashes as well.

And that’s when the power of the community came alive. The developers of CamFish have released an update – version 1.1.0.0 – for the app that adds four of the four features requested! The latest update adds the ability to capture in landscape mode and to zoom. As requested, it now allows clicking photos using the camera hardware button and added the Lens support.

The app has also received some bug fixes, although I cannot confirm if it resolves the crashing issue. In the brief time I spent with the app after the update, the app worked all well.

CamFish

While this might be a good all-in-one photography app to give a whirl, you obviously could have other favorites. However, there’s no denying that the quick response from the developers to the feedback is pretty impressive and makes this an app to watch out for.

The app is available for free for Windows Phone 8 devices from the Windows Phone Store. Update to the latest version, and check out how the new features work out for you, and if you haven’t tried it yet, give it a go. We’ll also give it a spin for a while, and get a full review in a few days.

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CamFish gets an update to add few requested features

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Maybe, I don't know, but then... Why on Earth this CamFish has Burst mode and my super duper Camera Pro in my Lumia 1020 hasn't?

I love Burst mode and you have something similar in Nokia Smart Cam but limited to 10 frames.

Just what we needed ,Another photo app,makes me wonder if Microsoft is thinking of converting the phones in to cameras !!  

The only problem with this app is that doesn't appears in the "Modes" list so I need to lauch it directly instead launching it from Camera Pro like many other camera applications.