Microsoft Pix is an AI-powered camera app that helps you to take better photos
without extra effort! It is like having a pro photographer inside your camera
– tweaking settings, selecting the best shots, and enhancing them on the fly
– to help people and scenes look their best. It’s desi...
This might be the best thing that’s happened to me since the Microwave was invented! Well, that is, if I can use frames to shoot my handmade jewelry that I’ll be selling online or by promotional mails and ebooks maybe, thus the APP. I’m rating without having used it, however, I did go in and tour allowing it to show me the very stuff I was hoping to find! This may also be the first important APP for me if they are serious about maintaining and updating, upgrading etc. it will be perfect for a lot of jewelry type businesses and others. Heck, just because I’ve just now found it, doesn’t mean it’s not been there. Can’t wait to use it and spread the word to other jewelry makers and friends. I’ll get compliments and sales hopefully then list where and who to give credits to.💫🌝 Thanks Developers and if there is any testing you need me to try just reach out. I have 3 different iPads, 2 are Pro, IPhone and I’m just once again hoping to prepare myself to start-up my online e-commerce store here very soon. Loved some of those frames I saw! Thank you and talk to you soon I’m sure!
Photosynth has a lot of potential I don’t know why they put it into this app I guess they were trying to create a package appeal for people. What Microsoft really needs to do is create Photosynth along with the features offered in the light room camera. Light room has some of the best HDR function I’ve ever used in a cell phonecamera. Photosynth needs more professional settings for dialing in exposure. For instance if they would let you pan around the scene and measure the light before doing an exposure it could compensate for dynamic range differences and avoid vignette gradients in the pano. Right now it’s a bit too primitive to get very good results. I’ve always been a big fan of Photosynth though.
One of my greatest disappointments was upgrading my iPhone and no longer having Photosynth, the greatest photo app around. My disappointment lingered for months until I googled looking for an app that was similar, and came upon an app I already had and never used with Photosynth hidden inside. Although more polished and perhaps more accurate than my old friend, it lacks the enjoyment and unbounded results of the old app. But still nice to know it has emerged from obscurity.
Beats iOS’s Camera app, hands-off
I like this so well, I’ve hidden the native Camera app, and always use this. Unless you’re going to use ProCamera or it’s equivalent, it’s hard to use Camera and compose a better result, without using multiple apps. So often I am taking shots in less than optimal conditions. I automatically take three shots, compare them on a big screen, take the best. Then crop it to adjust before I’ve cropped it, adjust brightness, contrast, and color. That all takes time, and triples my storage requirements in the interim. MS Pix does more than that (less the cropping) automatically, using their AI, so deliver better shots the first time. And I am very happy with the results. I can still go in and fine-tune later, but don’t waste all the time. I get a better first-pass result. Give it a try, you won’t be disappointed.
The camera all for those of us who don’t like to think. Learning curve? Almost nil. The various art filter effects are very well chosen—turns a boring photo into something worth keeping. The auto sensing of motion and offer to later choose a Live Photo means more data stored but has me keeping Live Photo’s I would have never thought to take. A great option for point and shoot for those of us who aren’t going to adjust technical aspects.
I’m hobbyist photographer and have a couple of professional (paid) iPhone apps for taking photos. Even though there is less manual flexibility, Microsoft pix seems to do a better job than all the others. The only criticism is that it doesn’t take advantage of portrait mode potential on the iPhone 7+, 8+, and X. This forces me back to the other apps, until Microsoft incorporates this feature.
Better Quality Images
Here is another free app that I like. When I compare the pictures it takes to the ones taken with the camera app that comes with iOS, the ones taken with this app seem better exposed and color balance. The disadvantage is, it requires a lot of processing so on my old iPhone 5s, it took a while but on my SE and iPhone 7, it takes significantly less time.
Live Photo issues
I LOVE THIS APP! It gives me the perfect photo every time. I love how it also give you the option of the photo it took before enhancing it just in case you don’t like the enhancements. The one problem I have with this app is that the Live Photo. It is amazing it keeps everything still except the moving object. However it only works when it wants to. There are times when I want it to take a Live Photo of running water or moving lights but it doesn’t catch it. I’d love for there to be an option to turn Live Photo on and off instead of having it auto or off because like I stated the auto never works when I want it too. Other than that I recommend this app to everyone!!
B+ as a photo app but confusing to use
Knock it out of the ballpark, With the camera however I now have three applications by Microsoft that all have the same function the camera app for scanning documents, you’ve put that functionality into the cloud functionality, All while you have lens that does the same thing and quite frankly a little bit better. I think as a Camera you’ll love this as a document scanner I just scan something but I can’t find.
Better than built in camera on iPhone X
I’ve been testing both cameras side by side, and the Microsoft Pix camera definitely takes better photos on all fronts. Light balance, tones, and depth are all better. I’ve still found that a quick editing helps pics pop, but the Microsoft app gives you a better starting point.
Love this app
It runs great on the xs max (it worked but occasionally crashed on my prior phone which was a 6plus). I use it pretty much exclusively for the panorama feature , and the one thing I would change about the app is to add a setting to pick the default mode for the camera when the app is open (ie allow users to make the mode they use the most the default mode).
Nice Camera App
Nice Camera App! A good addition to your iPhone’s camera app collection. I like the ‘best shot’ & ‘enhance’ features when using the app to take photos. July 2018 review response: Can you please add the ‘SLOW-MO’ video-mode option to the app? I frequently use the SLOW-MO video mode to capture our dogs playing. It would be great to be able to shoot SLOW-MO videos with Microsoft Pix and not have to switch to another camera app to do so. Also, could the filters that are available in the Microsoft Selfie app be added to the ‘Edit’ function of the Microsoft Pix app? Other than those two items, and the fact that the app is just a tad slower than the native camera app, Microsoft Pix is awesome!
Just a bit more features
I love the new Microsoft. I really like this app but I wish it had just a bit more features. For instance I wish this app did portrait mode on single lens iPhones like the 7. I also wish that there were some more filters. Otherwise it’s a great solid app. How much I miss the days of the windows phone
Not optimized for phones with notches
The app hides certain controls and text behind the notch in iPhones X and beyond. It’s surprising Apple even approved it, having had apps rejected in the past for exactly this reason. Guess Microsoft gets a free pass on this one while smaller developers are punished. It’s a shame with all of the resources available to MS, they haven’t been able to hire a mobile UI designer. Oh well, at least the app takes photos?
Use Pix to capture your memories
This is so much better than the iPhone 7 camera app. I use it often to take amazing cat photos. Apple has no idea how to process hair in a photo, but Pix gets it right every time. My only criticism is that as some of the other reviews note, it does consume a lot of battery.
Yes. Microsoft Pix is very safe to use. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 118 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.1/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for Microsoft Pix Is 59.4/100.
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