Windows Phone Users Finally Get Photosynth App
Article by George Norman
On 30 May 2012
The functionality that iPhone users have been enjoying for more than a year now has finally been delivered to Windows Phone users as well. What I mean to say by that is that the Photosynth app has finally been released in the Windows Phone Marketplace. On Tuesday, May 29th, Microsoft released the Photosynth app for it Windows Phone operating system. The iOS version was released back in April, 2011.

If you are already familiar with what the Photosynth can do, then I invite you to get the app. Click this link to be taken to the Windows Phone Marketplace. If you’re not familiar with the app, stick around and I will give you the lowdown.

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The simple answer to the question “what does Photosynth do?” is this: the app helps you create panoramas and share them with the world. Take pictures of your surroundings, stitch them together with the Photosynth app, create a good looking panorama, then share it so others can enjoy it as much as you did. You share it on popular social networking site Facebook or on popular micro-blogging service Twitter, you can publish it to Bing, and you can share it as an interactive panorama on Photosynth.net.

“Photosynth for Windows Phone is the panorama app that makes it easy and fun to capture and share interactive panoramas of the places, people, and events that are important to you. Using the latest in computer vision techniques, Photosynth is the acknowledged leader in mobile panorama creation. It is the only app available on any mobile platform that allows you to capture 360 degrees horizontally and vertically, making a perfect sphere,” says the app’s official description.

You can learn more about Photosynth on its official website here.
You can download the Photosynth app for Windows Phone for free here.
You can download the Photosynth app for iOS for free here.





Tags: Microsoft, Windows Phone, Photosynth, Apple, iOS, App Store
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