The developers behind photo management app Camera360 have just launched the UWP version of the app for Windows 10. Currently available only on PC, the app allows you to manage, search through, and edit your photos.
Camera360 automatically organizes your photos by the time they were taken. With Smart Search, you can find images based on a specific time or location, as well as the people in the photos. The app also features a number of tools to help you make quick edits to color, sharpness, and much more. You can also easily share your photos with family and friends using the built-in sharing tools.
You'll find Camera360 for PC on the Windows Store now.
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