The popular app for stitching together photos includes new features such as camera lens integration, more camera controls, and the ability to view shared panoramas.
Blaise Aguera y Arcas, who played a key role in development of Microsoft's Bing, has left the software giant for a position at Google, The New York Times reports.
The company's application is available for free, and lets customers stitch together several photos into a single panoramic view.
Microsoft's Photosynth turns any collection of photos into an amazing 3D view of the world. The more pictures, the better!
Are smartphones and tablets all the same? Or are there killer apps that still make people choose one brand over another?
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Users of the latest version of Android can choose to upload their "Photo Spheres" to Google Maps.
Windows Phone 8 devices will offer new camera features including screenshots, Bing searches, and 360-degree panoramas.
Perhaps it's time to stop comparing mobile platforms in terms of number of apps offered and look instead at what music, movies, TV shows, and books are available.