Fhotoroom is a feature rich photography app for our Windows Phone, which is part photo editor, part camera app and part social network. With Fhotoroom, you can capture, edit and share your photographs all under one roof.

The app was updated today and hits a milestone of sorts with the update taking Fhotoroom to version 10.0.0. The update offers a handful of new effects filters, a few updated filters, user interface changes to the editor and camera, as well as a collection of bug fixes and performance tweaks.

The new filters include:

  • Vibe
  • Faint
  • Musk
  • Portrait
  • HueSplash
  • Double Exposure
  • Round White and Black Frames

The updated filters include LowDef, Ansel, Tones, Exposure, Correction, Sharpen and Levels. Filter previews load 50% faster and you also gain the ability to zoom into your image during editing. The update also adds the ability to pin the editor to your Windows Phone Start Screen.


The camera interface changes with the 10.0.0 update deals more with looks than functionality to make the user interface of Fhotoroom and Fhotolens more consistent (at least in appearance).

All totaled, the update adds to an already appealing Windows Phone photography app. The developer wanted to share that many of the features in this update are the direct result from feedback he has received from the WPCentral community. The update only applies to the Windows Phone 8 version of Fhotoroom (the Windows Phone 7.x update is in the works).

Fhotoroom is a free app for your Windows Phone that you can pick up here in the Windows Phone Store.

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