Imagine this: a new Photosynth for Windows Phone 8

Microsoft Windows Phone app store has just gotten a little bigger, with the addition of the software giant said Photosynth.The Photosynth, a 3-D panorama photo app, debuted for the latest version of the operating system Microsoft smartphone. It is available for free from the Windows Phone store.

The application allows users to sewing and photos to create panoramic images or even 360-degree view. After shooting and assembling the images, users can publish their photos on the site or Bing or Photosynth can share it via Facebook and Twitter.

New features added to Windows Phone 8 include:

     Integration camera lens - Quickly capture and view Photosynth panoramas by launching directly from the camera application integrated
     Shared view panoramas - View panoramas shared via email, Facebook, Twitter or directly on a mobile device
     More camera controls - Adjust for different lighting conditions using a new exposure and white balance lock options
     General improvements as various bug fixes stability

One of the biggest criticisms of Windows Phone (as well as BlackBerry and other small telephone systems) is that there are not as many as there are applications available for Android and iOS. However, Microsoft has steadily increased the number of applications available for its new smartphone operating system to make up for its biggest rivals.

Earlier this week, Twitter updated its Windows Phone application to add many features of discovery that had been included in its iOS and Android applications for some time. Spotify and last month launched a new Windows Phone 8 app beta ....
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