I have written the developer a couple times about these little bugs a week ago, but I haven’t received any response or acknowledgment. Maybe itDriver asuss in his spam folder. In a nutshell (TL;DR), app is mostly ok but will not use because of the bugs and have no idea if it will even be fixed. Nov 8, 2016. This app has a lot going for it. It shoots RAW. The use of the haptic engine is nice on the control sliders though I always find myself moving them wrong way to make changes. The picture taking interface isn’t overrun with tons of little doodads. The pictures are saved into the camera roll directly instead of its own camera folder. The RAW quality is not an issue despite what the other reviews say. The developer even notes that the default preview that’s saved into the RAW file is of poor quality. The built in iOS Photos app, ironically, does not support RAW so you will be seeing that low res preview instead of the actual RAW file. I use Lightroom mobile, which does support RAW, and the files look fine. There are a couple of biggish bugs in the camera. The histogram does not display correctly. That is, if you have a blown highlight, the rightest most bar should be showing it. That bar just doesn’t budge even if most of the screen is pure white. The other big bug, which is probably related to the first, is the tap to set exposure. When you tap a blown highlight. The camera should bring the exposure down (bring down to middle gray), it doesn’t. I have written the developer a couple times about these little bugs a week ago, but I haven’t received any response or acknowledgment. Maybe itDriver asuss in his spam folder.