Camera+, one of the most popular camera apps for Apple's iPhone, has received a major overhaul and version 9 now supports some of the new features that were introduced with the latest iPhone 7 generation and iOS 10. With Camera+ 9 you can now use the iPhone 7 Plus dual-camera, and Camera+ will let you choose how the system behaves in low light. You can either force it to use the longer lens with its slower F2.8 aperture, or operate in the same way as Apple's stock camera app and digitally zoom the wide-angle lens when light levels go below a certain threshold.
Raw support is another new addition. If you are using Camera+ on an iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, SE, 7, or 7 Plus, you can now save your images in the DNG Raw format. Those files can then be converted to JPEG using the new RAW Lab suite of editing tools.
Finally, some of the control elements, for example the control wheels, now provide haptic feedback. As far as we know, this makes Camera+ the only camera app to offer this feature. If this update sounds appealing, you can download the app now from the App Store for $2.99.