There’s a new iPhone camera application on the block that’s supposed to take better photos than the one Apple ships with its phones, and it’s built by Microsoft.
The company’s research arm on Wednesday launched Pix, which enhances the photos that users take in a variety of ways. The app is designed to make photos look better and even improves on Apple’s Live Photos ability to capture scenes that have moving elements in them.
It’s part of Microsoft’s continued push to build applications for platforms beyond those that it directly controls, especially iOS and Android. The free app was built by members of Microsoft Research and released for free on the iOS App Store.