Camera+ ($2) from tap tap tap has upgraded to version 4.2. The update fixes and enhances burst mode shooting on the iPhone 5, 5c, and 5s. Additionally, a new effects pack has been added that includes all the filters in Apple’s iOS 7 Camera and Photo apps. The developer’s oddly punchy, not particularly Apple-friendly description of the update on the iTunes preview page is actually worth a read, as well.
Real Boxing ($5) from Vivid Games is now at version 1.4.1, which offers new iPhone 5s support within the Unreal Engine. This comes only a week after version 1.4, which gave players the ability to bet on their fight outcomes and win in-game currency. An enhanced multiplayer mode and global leaderboards were added, as well as Korean, Chinese, and Japanese language support.
Uniqlo has updated its free universal app Uniqlo Calendar to version 1.0.8. The unique calendar app links with Google Calendar and features Japanese music and video clips — the clips are filmed in miniature tilt-shift style, and quite a sight. Version 1.0.8 has optimized the app for iOS 7 and the iPhone 5c/5s screens.
Yahoo! has updated Yahoo Mail (free) to version 2.0 for the company’s 16th anniversary. The redesigned mail app now includes conversations, grouping related messages into one conversation view. Themes are also included. Yahoo! goes over all the changes on its blog — 1TB of free storage, disposable email addresses, enhanced filters, and automatic message forwarding are now available to all users.