Fhotoroom for Windows Phone 8 updated, new features added as download milestone approaches


Fhotoroom is a feature rich photography app for both Windows Phone 7.x and 8. It combines a photo editor, camera app and photo sharing/social network all into one package.

The Windows Phone 8 version of Fhotoroom was updated over night to version 9.3 which adds a few new filters, new comment feature and a few UI changes. The update comes just as Fhotoroom moves within reach of a milestone... 3,000,000 downloads.


Key features of the version 9.3 update to Fhotoroom include:

  • Ability to reply to photo comments.
  • New structured photo message that eliminates the need to figure out who is talking to who.
  • New True full screen HD zoom with landscape support.
  • New correction and exposure filters.

You also have a few user interface tweaks to improve navigation such as a new home icon and text at the bottom of menu controls.

As far as reaching the 3,000,000 download mark, the developer tells us that Fhotoroom is only a few days away from reaching the milestone. An impressive accomplishment for any app.

If you haven't tried Fhotoroom, it's a free photography app that is available for both Windows Phone 8 and 7.x devices.  Just keep in mind that the v9.3 update only effects the Windows Phone 8 version. You can find Fhotoroom here in the Windows Phone Store.

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Reader comments

Fhotoroom for Windows Phone 8 updated, new features added as download milestone approaches


Something truly cool would be if WPcentral brought in the structured commenting into the WPC app. After the first indented reply, it's all just guess work as to who replied to whom.

@Ankmeyester: I've even asked Jay Bennett about doing the Twitter scheme, just like I did at the start of this reply.

I am glad you enjoyed using Instance it is a good app, but personally i don't want to be a third class citizen on a social network that has worked to block you, ban your hashtags, leaves development of the app to a third party since while they focus on iOS and Android. This is a billion dollar business that can only develop 2 apps, i have made a WP7/WP8, Win8/RT, Win7/8 Desktop, Website, iOS app and i am one guy. Also why is the new photo resolution (as they call high res?) 640px, because it is exactly 2x the 320 pixel width of iOS. So they design solely for one platform and that is iOS plan and simple.

Yea, PhotoPlay does seem to have more than its share of selfies of females of all variety for some reason ;) however it also has a really decent photo editor, rivals fhotoroom imho and is much better than the instagram app's editors .

dalydose is correct you have been able to save since day1 of our app. That is why we seperate the Share and Save options cause sometime you want to share but not always.

In a world where there are more than 1,000,000 apps that have been developed that will never see more than 10-100 downloads this includes both Android and iOS stores. So I am quite proud of this accomplished.