Microsoft Selfie for iOS is updated with new logo, new UI and new feature

Microsoft Selfie for iOS is updated with new logo, new UI and new feature
Toward the end of last year, Microsoft Selfie for iOS was released in the App Store. This is a version of Lumia Selfie designed for iOS devices. The app is free, and after receiving some information such as your gender, age, skin tone, and lighting conditions, it relies on certain algorithms to improve your selfies.

Microsoft has updated the app to version 2.0 this weekend, adding a new logo and a revised UI. With the new share feature, you can now send your enhanced selfies to friends and family (and perhaps your co-workers?). A bug that causes the app to crash while a phone is in Airplane Mode has been fixed, and users can now rate the app from the settings page.

If you're interested in improving the way you look on selfies taken with your iPhone, click on the sourcelink to install the app on your handset. Android users shouldn't waste their time looking for the app in the Google Play Store; Microsoft Selfie is not available for devices running on Google's open source OS.

source: MicrosoftSelfie (iOS) via MicrosoftNews


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