EyeEm Camera gets a host of new features just in time for iOS 8

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John-Michael Bond
September 17, 2014 3:00 PM
In this article: eyeem, iOS 8, photography
EyeEm Camera gets a host of new features just in time for iOS 8

There will be flood of iOS app updates today, but the latest from photography app EyeEm is sure to inspire photo fiends to get clicking. The update introduces a reworked camera function that combines your camera roll and camera to show images in their proper aspect ratio as you snap. This allows you to take a large block of images without having to jump back and forth between your camera roll to examine them between shots.

Here's a gif that shows the feature in action.

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If you'd like to view all of your camera roll simply swipe right to view your complete list of photos. To get a bigger view of an image simply long-press on the photo for a larger preview.

iOS 8 users are receiving a few extra functions in this update specific to the new OS. The first is the ability to correct the exposure of an images by swiping up on an image to brighten or down to darken. There are three levels of exposure to can choose from, which you can see in the header image. iOS 8 users will also be able to share images to EyeEm from other apps and reply to comments on their EyeEm account.

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