Realmac Software, who worked with Impending and Helftone to create Clear for iPhone and Mac, today teased an upcoming iPhone camera app. Analog Camera will feature a straightforward gesture-driven interface, several filters and camera modes, and easily-accessible sharing options. It’s slated to hit the App Store later this month and will cost $.99.
For Analog Camera, we’ve really focused on the core features that were important to us – stunning filters, incredibly fast and easy to use, and most importantly, FUN! With a beautiful fluid interface, and all your favourite services ready to share a photo to, Analog Camera is all about making photography fun again – and coming soon to your iPhone!
Here’s a brief teaser video for Analog Camera:
Realmac Software’s Analog for Mac focuses on basic photo editing with filters and borders. Analog for iPhone looks to be a cleanly designed portable version for the iPhone, a device that is one of the most popular cameras according to Flickr based on uploads to the online photo storage service.
Though there’s no shortage of iPhone camera apps, I’m looking forward to the release of Analog Camera. I’m a big fan of Clear (see my reviews of the iPhone and Mac versions) and have confidence that Analog Camera will be good. If you’re not already familiar with Realmac Software, check out Analog for Mac as well as Clear.