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Fused for Windows 10 and Mobile lets you blend your photos and videos

Fused is a new image-editing app for Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile that lets you layer your photos and videos with backgrounds, add effects and blend images together. All you need to do is pick an image or video, select the blending mode, add color masking and effects, and share your creation on social media.

Here's the breakdown of the features on offer with Fused:

  • A revolutionary UI, simple and intuitive to use
  • Import and blend video clips (up to 15 secs), photos, or a combination of the two together. Let your imagination run wild!
  • 20 real-time blending modes
  • Color adjustment tools for more control over blending
  • Draw and erase tools to perfectly map out your masking/blending area
  • Share directly to all of your favorite social places
  • "Artists Collections" featuring videos and images from up and coming artists. Blend these with your own projects to create some amazing artwork!

The app itself is free, although you'll have to shell out $0.99 if you don't want to see ads and save images without a watermark. Additional packs and blend modes can also be purchased from within the app.

Download Fused from the Windows Store (opens in new tab)

14 Comments
  • It crashed my 950 solid. Also bribing your users for a 5 star rating is wrong. Imediately uninstalled.
  • Looks like windows central writers reads wmpoweruser before they make an article :-) not a bad thing though
  • Lol... Agreed
  • Or someone read it on wmpoweruser and "tipped" WinCen.
  • It's been in the store since a month.
  • Which is why it's odd to see it on WMPU a day earlier than here.
  • So? I hadn't heard of it. Are they only allowed to talk about apps when they are first released?
  • WC UA please.. :(
  • Its been in store for months....
  • Wish they would mention that it works in Continuum in the store by having a Continuum icon in the description.
  • Love this app. Been using it for a few months now.
  • Could you people be anymore rude!
  • Oh, they'll try.
  • Boo... Just downgraded back to 8.1 because I grew tired of not getting text notifications on my tile, the camera seemingly taking a picture and crashing and countless other bugs. But, it seems if you own a Windows Phone now you need to be running 10 in order to be considered relevant as far as updates and new apps, so I guess I'll be upgrading back to 10 when I get home, LOL