Nokia's Refocus app makes its way to Lumia PureView devices

The app allows users to adjust the focal point of an image after the photo has been taken.

A look at the Refocus app's Color Pop.
A look at the Refocus app's Color Pop. Nokia

Nokia's Refocus Windows Phone application is now available, the company announced on Wednesday.

Microsoft's Windows Phone store is offering the free app, which allows users to snap a photo and then adjust the depth of field -- in other words, choose which parts of the image are clear and which segments are out of focus. The application also includes support for "Color Pop," a feature that allows users to turn on color in one section of the image and turn the rest of it to black-and-white.

Nokia's Refocus app isn't available across all Windows Phone handsets. The app will work only on Nokia Lumia PureView handsets, including the Lumia 920, 925, and 928. It'll also work on the Lumia 1520.

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