Camera and photo-editing app Afterlight has been updated to version 2.6, adding new features for iOS 8 users, including extension support. The update also lets you share your Fusion filters.
You can now use Afterlight's filters and editing tools without leaving the iOS Photos app. Simply open the available extensions when editing a photo, hit More, and turn Afterlight on. You can use Afterlight's crop, rotate, color, and filter tools, among others.
The app has also added manual camera controls for taking pictures within the app, and has been optimized for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Fusion filters, which let you combine Afterlight's existing filters to create new ones, can now be shared with friends via email.
You can download Afterlight 2.6 from the App Store right now.