Microsoft Releases Updated Photosynth App For iOS Users, Still No Windows Phone Version

Video: Microsoft Photosynth App – April 2011

Microsoft today released an updated Photosynth app for iOS devices. Last month we reported that Photosynth app may be coming soon to Windows Phone platform since we saw many panoramas in Photosynth site with Windows phone device names associated with it. It seems Microsoft is more busy updating iOS app than releasing beta or v1 of Windows Phone app. Also the iOS version seems to be a huge hit over 6 million downloads so far.

With the Photosynth app, you can

  • Capture Full-Sphere Panoramas: Look and capture in all directions more easily than what most of us can do with DSLRs and point-and-shoot cameras.
  • View immediately: With fast On-Device Processing, you can see the final panorama in a few minutes, without requiring an internet connection or data plan.  Very handy for those impromptu panoramas and immediate gratification that you captured the perfect shot.
  • Save locally and on the cloud:  Your panoramas saved on your phone can also be saved and viewed online at
  • Share immediately:  Share your panorama immediately via Twitter, Facebook or Bing Maps.
  • View in browser or app: Zoom, pan, and rotate your panorama in any direction through the Photosynth app or through the mobile browser.


I expect Microsoft to release its Windows Phone version of this app soon.

Read more at Bing blog.

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