The Halide app is a new iOS photography application for those who wish their iPhones were as functional as a digital camera. In the app, gesture controls allow smartphone photogs to adjust the exposure levels and also adjust focus manually. Users can also adjust shutter speed and white balance. A live histogram ensures photographers are working with their desired exposure levels, and images can be shot as JPG or RAW files.
The Halide app is designed to turn iPhones into digital cameras of sorts, and like digital cameras there's an automatic mode that automatically adjusts settings so that rookies can also take great shots. The app is out now for iOS and costs $2.99, although the price will be raised to $4.99 shortly.