All-In-One Photos App A New iOS 5 Features


If you love taking photos with your iPhone, you’ll love it even more when iOS 5 comes out this autumn.

Apple promises to make your experience a true blast by introducing new editing features that are built right inside the Photos application in iOS and, considering that a new iPhone is also coming out soon with an even better camera, there’s really a lot to look forward to.

The iPhone is a great photography device. Granted, you need a steady hand to get the amazing photos Apple touts, but it gets you there if you left your DSLR at home.

With iOS 5, you’ll even be able to do some quick editing on the go, in case you want to immediately share your works with others.

Apple has confirmed that iOS 5 has this great new Photos app that let you Turn your snapshots into frame-worthy photos in just a few taps.

“Crop,rotate,enhance,and remove red-eye without leaving the Photos app,” says the Mac maker.

An Auto-Enhance function does just what its name implies automatically eliminates the flaws that typically occur in a photo when the lighting conditions are poor.

That’s not all.

Like many of the new services and apps in iOS 5, Photos will be tightly integrated with iCloud, the upcoming suite of Internet services from Apple.

It will let you push new photos to all your iOS devices, as well as your Mac or PC.

Last, but not least, Photos will have the ability to organize your snapshots in albums, so you will no longer flick endlessly through a thousand thumbnails to find that one interesting shot you’re eager to show to your friends.


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