The app allows users to stitch together photos to create panorama images or even full 360-degree views. After shooting and stitching the images, users can publish their photos to the Photosynth site or Bing or can share it via Facebook and Twitter.
New features added for Windows Phone 8 include:
- Camera lens integration -- Quickly capture and view panoramas by launching Photosynth directly from the built-in camera app
- View shared panoramas -- View panoramas shared via e-mail, Facebook, or Twitter directly on a mobile device
- More camera controls -- Adjust for various lighting conditions by using new exposure and white balance locking options
- General improvements such as various bug and stability fixes
One of the biggest criticisms of Windows Phone (as well as BlackBerry and other smaller phone systems) is that not as many apps are available as there are for Android and iOS. However, Microsoft has been steadily increasing the number of apps available for its newest smartphone operating system to catch up with its bigger rivals.
Earlier this week,to add a slew of discovery features that had been included in its iOS and Android apps for some time. And last month launched a new Windows Phone 8 app in beta.