Microsoft publishes Fast Photo Organizer for Windows Phone



Microsoft has lately shut down a few third party services which will be discontinued in the near future or are discontinued already and within these services there have been also some photos apps which have been available in the Windows Phone App store and have been originally developed by Nokia. However it seems like this doesn’t stop the company from inventing new photo services while they are shutting down older ones. The latest addition to this collection is a so called Fast Photo Organizer App which has not really been announced by Microsoft but has been spotted in the Universal Windows Store by WMPowerUser.

If you head over to the App Store Microsoft is giving the following as a description of the App, which is not indicating much bit gives you a hint which the app is all about:

Do you have lots of photos on your phone but have trouble finding your
favorites? With Fast Photo Organizer, you perform short tasks like rating
and tagging to build up a collection of your top photos.

The app is currently only available for Mobile Devices though it would make sense to have this app also on a Windows 10 PC or Tablet and is for, as the name suggests, to get your photos organized better so that you can find the picture you are looking for faster. With the App you can tag your shots and saved pictures so that you can find all your holiday images in one place you can also rate them so that the app can show you most important pictures first.
Currently Microsofts plans to integrate this in the default Photos app on Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile are not known though this would be awesome. The best thing would be if this services gets integrated in the photos app and then synchronizes your tags and ratings between your tablet, PC and phone so that do not have to do this on every device again. So this idea does have some potential and we will see what Microsoft will do with it. A new Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview Build will be released today so we will see if there is something like this integrated.

Feel free to drop me a comment below with your opinion on this app and stay tuned for more Microsoft related information. Click on the app logo below or scan the QR Code in order to get directed directly to the app in the Windows Universal App Store.


Source: WMPowerUser