Photosynth for Windows Phone is Here

We’re pleased to announce that Photosynth, the acclaimed mobile panorama app, is now available on Windows Phone. Get Photosynth for free from theWindows Phone Marketplace for phones running Windows Phone 7.5 or higher.

Screenshot from a panorama captured via Photosynth on Windows Phone of a camp on Mt. Baker, WA.See the full pano here.

Sometimes a single photo – even a wide angle photo – doesn’t do a place justice. Whether it’s the view off a cliff, or inside an incredible cathedral, we’ve all been to places that cry out for a full 360 panorama. Photosynth is the only mobile app that can stitch a full sphere. That’s 360 degrees horizontally and vertically.

The Photosynth app for Windows Phone feels like magic. Start it up, move the camera around, and watch your panorama fill in. Make a 360 revolution and watch it join up. Capture the floor and ceiling too. When you’re done the shots are automatically stitched together, and the results are beautiful and immersive.




Next, you can publish your panorama to the Photosynth site onwards to Bing, or you can share it via Facebook and Twitter.

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Photosynth has always been a collaboration between research and engineering, and this app continues the tradition by including core stitching and blending algorithms developed by Microsoft Research, and available on the desktop in the form of the Microsoft Research Image Composite Editor.

If you have a Windows Phone running WP 7.5, go to the Windows Phone Marketplaceand install it now.

Let us know what you think with a comment here, or in the Photosynth forums, or in an email to

– The Bing Team

* Photosynth for Windows Phone is available worldwide (EN/US) requires phones with 512 MB of RAM or above.

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