True HDR (U.S. $1.99) has always been one of the best third party HDR (High Dynamic Range) apps for iOS. Apple includes an HDR feature with the built-in Camera app, but it really doesn’t measure up to dedicated apps.
The new version 3 of True HDR takes and analyzes three exposures rather than two for better dynamic range. Thanks to changes made in iOS 8, you can now control focus and exposure independently, and the actual photo capture speed is much improved. You just hear one click when you take your picture, but three photos — all at slightly different exposures — are taken. The increased capture speed will be great for any objects that might be moving, but this is not an app for sports photography with fast moving subjects.
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