Microsoft Selfie for iOS now supports the selfie stick

Dave W. Shanahan

Microsoft’s Selfie app for iOS got an update that now provides selfie stick support. Microsoft Selfie is a selfie and photo enhancement app available on iOS. Microsoft Selfie was introduced to iTunes and hit over a half a million downloads in its first two weeks. The latest update brings the Microsoft Selfie app to version 2.1.0. Along with selfie stick support, the Microsoft Selfie update also fixed a bug that caused the app to crash in airplane mode and a new share feature.

According to its iTunes app listing, Microsoft Selfie’s other key features include:

  • Intelligent Portrait Enhancement: The app intelligently considers age, gender, skin tone and lighting when enhancing the portraits, and it will make the result much more natural.
  • Noise reduction: In dim light condition, the app would automatically enable “Denoise” mode, and effectively reduce noise by using burst shots. When “Denoise” mode is enabled, you can see “Denoise” on the screen.
  • Auto exposure: It can do automatic exposure correction and photo clarifying, especially for backlit photos. This function can be achieved when user chooses the “Boost” filter mode.

The Microsoft Selfie app is compatible with iPads, iPhones, and iPod Touch running iOS 8.0 or later. If you haven’t done so already, download Microsoft Selfie and see how it fares against other iOS photo apps out there.

‎Microsoft Selfie
‎Microsoft Selfie