Microsoft has launched yet another app from its Garage division for Windows Phone users. The app is called Photo Story and it's designed to collect images off a user's smartphone to turn them into a video.
Microsoft says Photo Store uses machine learning to pick the best photos from a user's Camera Roll in the video. Users can go back and add transitions, effect, and a soundtrack to their Photo Story video before they share it with others. It even supports Cortana. Users can say, "Story from today" and the app begins organizing the photos from that day into the video.
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