Microsoft has retired its Photosynth apps for Windows Phone and iOS, directing users instead to its new web-based Photosynth technical preview, which it calls a more immersive and robust platform. The Photosynth apps allow mobile users to create spherical panoramas.
The Photosynth website will continue to be maintained despite the mobile apps’ discontinuation. Microsoft is encouraging users to upload their creations to the website for the sake of preservation. Both public and private upload options are available. The Photosynth mobile apps will remain operational for those who currently have them installed, but will no longer be supported or maintained by Microsoft. Likewise, the apps are no longer available for download in the Windows Phone Store and the Apple App Store.
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