Microsoft has released a new update for its Blink photo app made for Windows Phone 8, with a revamped user interface and a number of new features, including quick switching between modes.
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Microsoft Research has now released Blink, a new photo app for Windows Phone 8 smartphone owners that takes a burst of separate shots and allows the user to pick which image is the best.