Fhotoroom is a fantastic Windows Phone photography app that had it's Windows Phone 7.x version updated to version 3.0. When that update when live, the developers mentioned that a Windows Phone 8 version was in the works and today, that version went live. Fhotoroom (version 8.0) hit the Windows Phone Store today which brings many of the features the Windows Phone 7.x version reccieved plus Windows Phone 8 support.
As with the 7.x version, Fhotoroom for Windows Phone 8 has recieved a significant makeover with user interface updates throughout the app.
Key highlights for the Windows Phone 8 version of Fhotoroom include:
- Large photo support
- Windows Phone 8 Live Tile support (small, medium and wide sizes)
- A new Photo Lockscreen editor
- New gestures that include swipe left/right for filters, drag up/down to control adjustment slider, and double tap for before/after views
- The in-house camera app now supporst full resolution and auto save and multi-shot support
- Tilt shift filter has been updated with an additional slider setting.
As with the update to the Windows Phone 7.x version, the Windows Phone 8 version helps an already nice photo app all the better. The Photo Lockscreen editor allows you to generate a lockscreen collage image from pictures submitted by the Fhotoroom community. You have options to randomly pull images from recent, popular, interesting categories as well as creating them from a keyword search. It's a nice feature if you're looking for another lockscreen source.
Fhotoroom is a free app that is available here from the Windows Phone Store.