iOS 8 is awesome, and it brought a number of really exciting enhancements that truly change the way we use our iPhone and iPad, particularly for productivity. One of the features I'm most thrilled about however, is the fact that Apple has opened up their camera API so that third party developers can access manual controls like shutter speed, ISO, and aperture.
Manual for the iPhone is an app that was built to do just that. If you aren't a photographer, than this app probably isn't for you, but if you are and you are comfortable with shooting your camera in full-manual mode, then this should alleviate much of the frustration you've felt over the years with the iPhones auto-exposure and often less-than-stellar auto-focus. You get full control here, so that means focus, ISO, shutter speed, and white balance. The interface is a treat to use and it's refreshing to have this kind of control over the undeniably great camera in the iPhone.
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