• Switching between wide-angle and telephoto lens (if available) is now possible.
• Improved installation routine fixes problems when starting the app (especially affects iPhone SE).
Ratings and Reviews
Spend time with it
First- I haven't used 1.1 but as soon as I saw the button redesign it was obvious I had to update before I read what else changed. We're creatures of habit; no matter your goals with the original long button it was bound to annoy, befuddle, confuse, deter, exasperate, flummox, gall, pique, quandarize, repel, smite or torment users who villify wildly xenomorphic design. Apologies both to users who appreciated it and for my awful acrostic attempt.
You'll probably need to play around with this a bit prior to relying on it for can't miss shots since the framing looks weird. Cats, especially sleeping, and flowers work well for my experimentation since the angles can be challenging and even multiple shots and camera adjustments don't guarantee getting a reasonable shot. Shots seem to come more slowly than with the native camera but that's probably my learning curve too.
I just moved from iPhone 6 Plus to 7 Plus; love the camera. Anything is a excuse for photos, already boring to companions and even my late service dog wasn't always happy about it but it's so much fun to always have a darned nice camera on hand.
Developer Response ,
Thank you so much for this wonderful literary review! As my native language is German I had to look up most of your words an I‘m sure I missed out the full richness of your variations. Nevertheless I can feel their appealing linguistic flow.
As for the design you got my Achille‘s heel. So you might be happy to hear that I am already working on a version 2.0, which will hopefully make everything easier to understand and more enjoyable. This will of course take its time, but the update will be free for all Gimbse users.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.