Taking into account various things (including gender, age, skin tone, or lighting conditions), Microsoft Selfie relies on specific algorithms to enhance selfies with a single tap. The app can eliminate noise from photos, while enhancing exposure and colors.
Needless to say, iOS users already have plenty of apps that allow them to enhance selfies. But we can't blame Microsoft for trying its luck with this new app - which is free to download (check out the source link below), and works on iPhones, iPads, and iPhone touch devices running iOS 8.0 or later.
As you may know, Apple itself cares about the quality of selfies its users are taking, as both the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus come with improved 5 MP font-facing cameras that can use the Retina display as a flash.
So, if you're an iOS user, are you willing to try Microsoft Selfie? Or maybe you already tried it?
Microsoft Selfie for iOS
source: Apple via The Verge