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Microsoft's Thinga.Me is a scrapbook app for organizing your real-world possessions

Want to share your coin collection with the world? Thinga.Me is the app for you.

Screenshot by Jacob Krol/CNET

People collect a lot of stuff: coins, stamps, Star Wars figures -- you name it. And for those numismatists and philatelists of the world, Microsoft has a new app for archiving their passions and sharing them with the world: Thinga.Me.

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Screenshot by Jacob Krol/CNET

Yes, you can already take photos of your trophy shelf and post that on Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest. But Thinga.Me can take a photo of an object and automatically cut out the background. You can then move the digital item into a collection, which you can customize through different themes. Think of it as a digital scrapbook.

If that sounds cool to you, I'm sorry to say you can't download it -- yet. The iPhone app is from Microsoft's Garage -- a sort of in-house startup incubator -- is currently in a closed trial. But you can sign up to be considered for an invite, which are parsed out on occasion.

In the meantime, no public launch date has been announced.

Via 9to5Mac