Fhotoroom gets an updated, adds in-app store and new editing tools

Fhotoroom is a popular Windows Phone photography app that is part social network, part photo editor and part camera app. Fhotoroom can be used as a standalone app or you can register to share your photos with other Fhotoroom members. The Fhotoroom photo editor covers the basics, filters, and frame while the camera app offers you a decent amount of control over the Windows Phone camera.

The Windows Phone 8 version of Fhotoroom was recently updated to version 11, which has a healthy change log. The most notable additions with the update include an in-app store with free and paid for filters and a few new editing tools.

The official change log for the version 11 update includes the following features.

  • Over 40 new Icons throughout the app
  • Live Preview of filters in presets
  • Filters are now grouped into categories
  • New Fhotoroom store with new free/paid filters
  • Light Leaks supports flip horizontally or vertically
  • Textures supports flip horizontally or vertically
  • Updated Color Corrections, replaced Clarity with Tint fine-tuned balance
  • Updated Sharpen for Blur and Clarity Sharpening
  • New Highlights and Shadows Filter
  • New HQ Grundge Frames
  • Updated Tilt Shift filter for better quality results
  • Camera Tap to Focus in landscape fixed
  • New Undo/Redo support

The update also adds a new splash screen and the traditional minor bug fixes and tweaks. All in all, the update spruces up the overall feel of Fhotoroom and gives the editor a little more meat on the bones.

Fhotoroom is a free app, available for both Windows Phone 8 and 7.x devices. Just keep in mind that this update only applies to the Windows Phone 8 version of the app.

You can find Fhotoroom here in the Windows Phone Store. There is also a Windows 8 version of Fhotoroom that you can find here in the Windows Store.

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George Ponder

George is the Reviews Editor at Windows Central, concentrating on Windows 10 PC and Mobile apps. He's been a supporter of the platform since the days of Windows CE and uses his current Windows 10 Mobile phone daily to keep up with life and enjoy a game during down time.