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Always loved the professionalism associated with the premier Adobe Photoshop suite? Having a powerful iOS device within your reach, but the image manipulation suites available on the App Store just do not do justice to your creative poweress or are just downright there to make a hole-in-your-pocket? Whatever the reason might be, Photosynth by Microsoft is the answer to your prayers.

Developed by Microsoft Corp, there is not much needed to say or tell. Microsoft in itself is a huge name and quality is assured as well as guaranteed. This is one app that every image manipulator on iOS should own.

Photosynth has gone through many changes and the latest version 1.1 brings in the lengthy change-log. So now you have a more streamlined sharing option, with direct email sharing also being a part of the package. Also a big boon for users would be the option of having cropped images of panorama saved directly to the camera roll. A great feature indeed.

Photosynth is actually a panorama creation app that makes it seamlessly easy and fun to use. The app packs in some very intuitive feature, making it a pleasure to use for all users. The app uses the latest in computer vision technology and allows users not only to make a panorama from left to right, but also up and down, enabling the capturing of a full “sphere”. Wow, this earns the app true brownie points for sure.

<a href="http://video.msn.com?vid=286219d4-1988-4479-816f-12e36d18b514&amp;mkt=en-us&amp;from=sp%5Een-us&amp;src=FLPl:embed::uuids" target="_new" title="Microsoft Photosynth App – April 2011">Video: Microsoft Photosynth App – April 2011</a>

Overall the app is great with almost no bugs. The quality is great, seamlessly integrated; social-networks addicts have a reason to rejoice and Panorama pictures never looked so good. This is one app where words might not do justice, but trying it will. The tools available make this one of the most intuitive editors out there in the App Store.


Related Links:
Official Website
Photosynth on Twitter
Photosynth on Facebook