The Good ProCamera 7 has an impressive list of settings and features focused on giving you more control over your iPhone camera.
The Bad There's no shortage of bugs and issues in the current version. Filters and editing tools leave a lot to be desired.
The Bottom Line ProCamera 7 could potentially be one of the leading photography apps in the App Store, but unfortunately the bugs and issues in the current build make me recommend that you wait.
Loaded with features, but poor execution
ProCamera 7 was formerly called ProCamera, but with the release of iOS 7 the development team redesigned the app and released the revamped version under a different name.
Within the current version is no shortage of tools seasoned photographers and beginners will find useful. The ability to edit and share photos is also built directly into the app, which aims to be the only camera app you use on your iPhone.
Ready when you are
There's nothing special about installing and setting up ProCamera 7. Upon launching the app for the first time you're taken to a familiar camera user interface. Anyone who has used the native iOS Camera app will feel comfortable enough to start snapping photos without having to dig through the app.