Microsoft Pocket Magnifier
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Download size5 MB
- Windows Phone 8.1
- Windows Phone 8
- video and still capture
- photos library
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WVGA (480x800)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (23)
العربية dansk Deutsch English English (United States) Español (España, alfabetización internacional) español (México) suomi français हिंदी italiano 한국어 Bahasa Melayu norsk (bokmål) polski português (Brasil) русский svenska ไทย Türkçe Tiếng Việt 中文(简体) 中文(繁體)
With Microsoft Pocket Magnifier you can use your mobile phone as a magnifier glass. Just pinch or slide for zoom and tap to focus. For improved experience you can –freeze viewfinder for better viewing and view saved images in a gallery –Use flashlight and different filters Developed in collaboration with Royal National Institute of Blind people (RNIB) Exclusively for Lumia
2/16/2015This app is great for reading something with small font. Light and filters are great when object is in low light situation.
2/15/2015Awful. Couldn't get it to focus
2/13/2015Great macro on a phone! I still haven't figured out how to take and store pics with it yet... Any help out there?
1/11/2015This app is really reliable because with this you can get many features like pinch zoom manual zoom in and out in the one app well done dev 👍
12/23/2014Able to use in any orientation, both landscapes and portraits. Able to read VERY small print with 4x zoom. Thank you Microsoft! Have had both eyes damaged by branches in the pupils and cannot read smaller text without straining and struggling...often giving up. This app is so nice to have on such a neat phone...AND right with my reach 😏
12/15/2014Amazing for use when trying to use camera for notes, getting camera to focus on small letters. So frustrating with standard camera apps. Beautiful app.
12/9/2014Holy awesome! Ever need to copy text down, boom! Ever need to read tiny writing, boom! Ever need to xray a lottery ticket, well... good luck with that
12/6/2014Clarity is bad with this phone anyway.
11/27/2014Should be built into the standard camera app