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Santa Clara, CA (PRWEB) October 10, 2011
On October 7th, AppStoreHQ named CameraStudio+ as one of the top five apps for Windows 7. CameraStudio+, available for Apple OS and Windows 7 products is the only camera+editing app with more than 246 filters and effects. The app supports 6x digital zoom and allows the photographer to set the resolution from 320 to 2048 pixels for each photograph. There are more than 20 editing categories and features enabling the personalization of each photo. Photo sharing is made easy through email, Facebook Twitter and Flickr. http://www.appstorehq.com/camerastudio--windowsphone-934865/app
The top five apps have the added distinction of being the first apps selected by the newly launched Apple AppStoreHQ focused on Windows 7 apps.
€śCameraStudio+ makes amateur photographers look professional and professionals can demonstrate creative genius,€ť said Farooq Nasim Ahmad, General Manager, CTO, Moobila. €śWith the ongoing technical advancements in mobile cameras, married with brilliant software such as CameraStudio+ your heavy, expensive 32-mm cameras will soon be collecting dust in the closet.€ť
For a tutorial and more information on CameraStudio+ and other exciting apps from Moobila, go to http://www.moobila.com
Moobila is a mobile cloud application company focused on creating intuitive, paperless, cloud applications for personal, business and social applications including Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube. Moobila has extensive expertise in web conferencing, image processing, video streaming, and photo editing. The company excels at Cloud integration into iPhone and handheld device applications, enabling them to develop easy to use solutions for the Web 2.0 mobile cloud world.
iPhone Apps developed by Moobila include: iPicEd, FotoSlides, iPicolo, iPicTweety, iFlipMeasure, Linkefy, iFacevideo, CardStudio, FotoEditor (iPad App), MediaSlate (iPad App), iPicEd for iPad and Gminutes, which is a paperless meeting minutes application.
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