The tablets are perfect in some situations, but mobile photography is not one of them. Many people ended up stuck behind a person whipping a giant tablet to take pictures during an event, blocking the view from everyone behind them while simultaneously capturing photos from the subpiece. If you are one of these people, Halide has a new app for you.
Halide is known for its popular iPhone camera app, giving mobile photographers access to more features they receive from the stock application or most competing third-party applications. Halide offers features such as PRORW support, manual modes and depth modes, focus assistance and other “Pro” features.
The company has announced that you can also download Halide now for the iPad; It offers all the features you find on the iPhone version of the application, as well as what it is indicated is a “special racket” that enjoys the larger display of the tablet. The iPad interface is customized to the tablet and includes a pro view for serious mobile photographers.
Of course, you have to ask why someone would like to capture photos using the iPad – it’s easy to see the appeal to edit them on the wider screen, but shoot them with the camera of the tablet is questionable. The last iPad Pro brings a notable camera system, but even at that time, most of the focus is on the front camera and its usefulness for things like video chatters.
Of course, if you want the possibility to pull a decent picture of your iPad when a situation calls it (maybe your phone died and the perfect scene appeared only moments later), then Halogenide is undoubtedly one of the best third-party camera options for Apple’s tablet.
The iPad halide can be purchased from $ 39.99, but a $ 1.99 / month subscription option or $ 11.99 / year option.