Like Clear, Analog Camera uses a gesture-based interface to navigate through a variety of filters and camera modes. Users can manually select combined exposure and focus by using a single tap on the camera, and can even select exposure and focus separately by using a two-finger tap.
The app takes only square shots, much like Instagram, and it supports saving images to the camera roll, email, Twitter, Facebook and Sina Weibo, as well as Instagram, Path and other photography apps.
Analog Camera is all about enabling you to do the most important things with your photos, as quickly as possible. Guided by the principles that we developed whilst building the revolutionary to-do list app Clear, Analog Camera features incredible filters and is unbelievably fun and easy to use. Analog Camera has been built with a strict focus on offering a fast, fun and simple experience that allows you to focus on creating beautiful photos.
Analog Camera is available for iPhone for $ 0.99 on the App Store [Direct Link] and a review is available at our sister site, AppShopper.
This is likely a camera app I will pass on. I have a handful already, I’m over it.
All the press these guys get makes me wonder whether there’s a quid pro quo arrangement somewhere. “Clear” is possibly the most overrated app of the last 2 years, and this is just another cr*ppy snapshot app filled with hipster filters.
Important Front Page MacRumors news should be something like… what the Samsung CEO had for dinner while on vacation in Hawaii.
But not this.