After doing some A/B testing with select Insiders, Microsoft has apparently started to rolling out the new Timeline feature inside the Windows 10 Photos app this week.
New features might be coming soon to the Windows 10 Photos App. The new elements range from a timeline feature, options for adding audio commentary to photos and videos, and even a Paint 3D integration..
The previous update made the Photos app almost a truly universal app, though some advanced features such as Story Remix were missing on mobile.
The “Choose a Star” feature in Story Remix lets you put the spotlight on the person of your choice in your automatically generated videos.
Microsoft is developing a new Photos Companion app for iOS and Android devices that should make it easier to transfer photos from your phone to a Windows 10 PC.
The latest update to Story Remix shows that you’ll need an Office 365 subscription to unlock all 3D effects, music and text styles.
Depending on the Insider ring release testers might be on, new video editing features should be hitting their desktop in the next few days
The Windows team began toying with the idea of changing the name of the app to something more inclusive of its new abilities.
Microsoft is considering renaming the Windows 10 Photos app to Story Remix, but the company is asking Windows Insiders to give their feedback on the change.
Drawing mode, a feature only available on the desktop version of the Photos app work can apparently work just fine on Windows 10 Mobile.
Microsoft is currently rolling out a new version of the Windows 10 Photos app which features some Project Neon design elements.
Elana Pidgeon from the Windows Experience Blog has just posted on how you can edit your holiday photos using the Windows 10 Photos App.
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Microsoft’s default Photos app is updated for Fast Ring with new filters, drawing tool, and more image editing options to compete with third-party apps.
Fortunately, in today’s Windows 10 Insider preview build 14942 for PC, the Windows team is doing both, adding some new features as well as polishing some outstanding experiences in the operating systems.
Microsoft has bumped the native Photos app for Windows 10 for both PC and Mobile, and has brought several UI changes and new animations.