das Image for Windows Phone makes finding images a breeze

das Image for Windows Phone makes finding images a breeze
It’s not too often that a day goes by when we don’t look at images on our smartphones. While it isn’t exactly a new app, das Image has built itself a solid reputation in the photo market for Windows Phone. das Image allows you to quickly and easily search Bing, Flickr, Picasa, 500px and Instagram. Best of all it is free AND has no ads, the best combo of things since peanut butter and chocolate.

In addition to the hype, das Image has managed to maintain a 4½ star rating after amassing over 500 reviews. The feature list includes:

  • Mango ready.
  • Explore Flickr "Interestingness" photos for the last 10 days, as well as Picasa and Instagram popular photos.  On mango enjoy 500px editors choice, popular and upcoming.
  • Search for images using Bing, Flickr, Picasa, 500px or Instagram.  On 7.0 search only with Bing.
  • Explore user images, user sets and user profiles (7.1 Mango only).
  • Autosuggest from the web for fast input.
  • Select from 15 lists with thousands of key words and names:  super models, celebrities, actors, fashion designers, painters, photographers, cars, cats, dogs, birds and more.
  • Safe Search default setting "strict".
  • Mark up to six lists as easy favorites that you can always access from the homepage.
  • Let the local query history save you from typing the same queries over and over.
  • Explore results in grid, list or detail views.
  • Easily swipe to the next image.
  • Double tab or pinch to zoom and enjoy details.
  • Easily navigate to the source website.
  • Save images as wallpapers.
  • Share images with friends.

Head on over to the Windows Phone Marketplace to check out das Image for yourself.

source: WMPowerUser


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