best camera app for iphone,

Although the iPhone camera is far better than any other smartphone camera. But if you need more powerful manual camera controls like shutter speed and ISO, best point-and-shoots, then you can opt for sophisticated apps available in the App Store.

If you’re looking for a new way to shoot, edit, or organize your photos these camera apps are so much helpful. Turning a boring shot of your feline companion into a masterpiece has never been easy. The best third-party camera app for iPhone:


 This is one of the best-designed permissions screens, much like a digital camera. It has features like extensive customization options. This app is Developed by Ben McCarthy. It contains all the intricate photo features which IOS can offer in the minimal pack. It supports a specialized RAW capture mode, as well as HEIC, JPEG, Live Photo, and Depth capture modes. It also offers a grid overlay, flash control, and every manual control imaginable.

Like many camera apps — Apple’s own included — you can use the volume buttons to take a picture. But in Obscura 2, you can choose what function is assigned to each volume button.


This app launched with the most sophisticated features for setting exposure time, tint, ISO sensitivity, and more. It shoots high-quality photos and videos with DSLR-like control. The ProCamera app includes manual controls, such as shutter speed, ISO, white balance, and exposure compensation, camera settings are easily accessible from the top or bottom of the screen. And adjustments are made using a simple slider.

It has various Shooting modes include Photo, Video, Low Light, and HDR. If you have a dual-lens iPhone, you’ll also have Portrait mode with adjustable blur strength. Even it has a night camera and full-resolution previews in addition to robust exposure control and more than 70 unique filters and effects. Histogram for checking exposure levels.

Camera+ 2

A camera with more features and having the best shooting option is Camera+2. It has various sets of shooting modes additional with shutter speed, ISO, and white balance. You can even edit the foreground and background separately, control the amount of background blur in your photos by portrait mode.

Some of the modes like Slow Shutter mode which helps you capture stunning long exposures. For close-up photography Macro mode is better and Action mode is perfect for capturing moving subjects. 


This is one of the best filters and free camera app for iPhone. This app allows you to control shutter speed, ISO, white balance, exposure compensation, and manual focus. It controls how movement is portrayed in your photos by the Shutter Speed slider which is the most interesting setting in VSCO.

Movement of the shutter defines the features of the photo as Fast shutter speeds freeze motion and slow shutter speeds allow you to create beautiful long exposure photos. Use white balance to fine-tune color, set separate focus and exposure points and Adjust focus and exposure manually. It has interesting features of a Built-in photo editor with elegant film-inspired filters.


The app featured a blacked-out interface designed to let your photos shine. The experience is like that of Lightroom, in that you can control everything from hue, saturation, and luminosity (HSL) sliders to curves, but also has a touch of other apps such as VSCO with its integrated filter collections.

The contains various filters for editing. You can add text and extra image as well. It has the option to blur the image and the opposite of its name makes the picture shine with the dark and bold features.


A big interchangeable-lens camera here is a surprising camera app Halide which something with more options and features than Apple’s default camera app. Unlike other apps, which gives features of DSLR on your phone. It has an interface that gives you lots of work to play with.

Some popular modes like portrait mode camera (that supports the TrueDepth camera on iPhone X for selfies), and even a nifty AR mode to see those images stretched out into 3D space. You can also capture RAW, TIFF, HEIC, or JPG images.

Its grid view has a nice built-in level, and you can manually control shutter speed, white balance, and ISO if you want. Turn on the subtle histogram to get a feel for your shot’s exposure.

FiLMic Pro

This app gives you more control over your video recording process than just about anything else out there. It delivers truly professional tools for those that really know their way around a video camera. Multiple frame rate options. This app has some of its extraordinary features.

Some of them like zebra stripes, false color, and focus peaking, waveform monitoring, true LOG gamma color, variable speed zoom.  If you need to shoot professional video that then you have to select into Final Cut or Premiere, you can get exact work done with FilMic Pro.

This app is not cheap as compared to another app. On the app store, its price starts from $14.99. If you want add some more features like live adjustments for gamma curve controls, shadows, and highlights, hue and saturation then you have to purchase another $9.99 for the Cinematographer Kit in-app.