The Lytro light-field camera is miles in front of other cameras in the way that it handles light and focus, but it has been lagging behind in photo upload for some time now. That's about to change, however, as the folks at Lytro roll-out the first iOS app today.
The app — released for iOS today — will now let Lytro owners skip a step to upload their photos to Lytro.com. Instead of connecting to a computer to view and share your Lytro photos, you can now pop them on Facebook, Twitter or send them via email or SMS straight from your iPhone.
You can even save a Lytro photo as an animated GIF to your iOS camera roll from the new app, and access a library of tips and tricks that Lytro promise to build on over time.
You can score the Lytro app here.