Picturex has long been known as a way to safely and securely exchange photos during events such as weddings, birthday parties, and even vacations. While the app is currently available for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone 8.0, the developers are now calling on you to contribute to support Windows 10 UWP app development.
Ultimately, the Picturex team hopes that you can spread the word and help them deliver an update that would enable users to enjoy Picturex on their Windows 10 laptop, PC, tablet, or phone. The update would also bring the app visually on par with the iOS and Android versions.
Picturex will also soon launch a big design makeover for iOS and Android versions of the app, and the UWP app would be the next steps towards redesigning Picturex for Windows 10 users. Additionally, as soon as the goal of 500 social shares is achieved, the developer plans to start working on the Windows 10 (UWP) version and hopefully launch it sometime this fall 2016.
The Picturex team consists of a small team of mobile and internet enthusiasts who wanted to make photo-exchanging with friends and family faster, while still respecting every single user’s privacy. The team is MIT Innovation AG, an innovative development company, and is based in Switzerland.
If you would like to sign on to help the Picturex team, be sure to head over to this webpage. Once you’ve checked it out, come back to WinBeta and drop us a comment below let us know why you’ve decided to support them!Further reading: Apps, Universal Windows Platform, Windows 10 Mobile, Windows Phone