Camera+ iPhone App Back in the App Store

The Camera+ app for the iPhone has had a colorful past. It first got removed from the App Store in August of this year for the reason that it used one of the iPhone volume buttons as a shutter button.

The company behind the Camera+ app removed this ability and resubmitted and managed to get the app re-approved. However, the Camera+ app still had a sneaky easter egg inside that let you visit a URL with your phone, and once visiting it sneakily added the volume button shutter back to the app. Apple [AAPL] of course removed the app again at this point.

The app has now reappeared back in the app store and has had the shutter button removed from the volume button as well as had the easter egg removed. Perhaps something else is sneakily crammed in there now. We’ll find out for sure in the next few weeks if it gets booted out again.

As for the app, it costs $0.99 and is available in iTunes.

Via: Geeky Gadgets

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