BLINK for Windows Phone gets updated, receives several improvements

BLINK for Windows Phone gets updated, receives several improvements
BLINK, Microsoft's camera app, that allows you to capture bursts of images and then pick the best ones, has received several minor improvements via a recent update. Version 2.2 of the app scored the ability to use the smartphone's motion and the camera's face detection to automatically stay in focus all the time. What's more, BLINK will now utilize better image stabilization and compensate for any involuntary motions, which might otherwise ruin some of photos from the burst sequence.

Several months ago, BLINK acquired the ability to export your burst photo sequences to a GIF file and share them via some social networks. The app now allows you to share these GIFs via Skydrive as well. The latest update for BLINK also allows images to store metadata, such as time and location information, in the EXIF properties of the picture.

BLINK requires Windows Phone 8 and is free to download and use.

Have you used BLINK before? How do you like it? Drop a comment below and let us know!

Download: Blink (Windows Phone 8)

source: WMPoweruser


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