Microsoft rolls out its Selfie app, which mechanically improves the quality of your photos, to Android.
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(CCM) — Tech giant Microsoft has rolled out the Android version of its famous Selfie app that helps to improve images using artificial intelligence. Selfie uses machine vision tech to improve the quality of photos taken with a device’s front camera. To do this, it automatically adjusts various components of the photo — including the color balance, exposure, sharpness, hue, and stability — during its processing. Users can also select a color theme or between 12 filters to apply to their images.
"Backed by computer vision technology, Microsoft Selfie intelligently considers age, gender, skin tone, lighting and many other variables — all with one click. Users can transform average photos into enhanced, natural photos in seconds," Google writes in the software’s product description in the Play Store. Outside of the mobile app, the program also has a web address where users can upload their pictures from their desktops to perform limited edits. The Selfie app, which was released last year for iOS users, is now available in the Google Play Store for free.