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Microsoft's Pix brings artificial intelligence to your iPhone's camera

Microsoft has released Pix, a new camera app for the iPhone that uses the company’s artificial intelligence to improve your photos. Pix can automatically and intelligently adjust elements like exposure, focus, and color. It can even automatically create Live Photo-like images by stitching bursts together. Here’s what Microsoft is offering with Pix: People-First – People
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Microsoft rolling out long-awaited Groove Music update for iPhone and iPad

Microsoft is rolling out an update for its Groove Music app for the iPhone and iPad. It’s the first such update for the streaming music app since September 2015. Microsoft outlined what will be included in the update, which will also be available for the Android version: Significant improvements to product and playback reliability. An
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Microsoft's Thinga.me is a new way for collectors to keep track of their possessions

Microsoft has announced Thinga.me, its latest iPhone app. It’s been designed to help collectors keep track of their possessions by taking pictures of each one and placing them into groups. The app comes from Microsoft Research and is being released as part of the company’s Garage series of experimental mobile applications. Here’s a quick description:
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Microsoft launches Flow and SharePoint apps for iPhone; updates OneDrive

Microsoft has launched two more iPhone apps this week. One is called Flow for keeping track of work notifications, and the other app brings Microsoft’s SharePoint service to IOS. Here’s what you can expect from the new Flow app (not to be confused with the WordFlow keyboard for the iPhone): Instantaneously respond to critical emails
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Microsoft rolls out official Xbox app for iPhone and iPad

Microsoft has rolled out an official version of its Xbox app for iOS and Android. Already available for the company’s own Windows platform, those rocking competitor mobile handsets will now be able to remain up-to-date with all things Xbox. With the app installed, it’s possible to track accomplishments, see what your friends are currently playing,
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Microsoft's Sprightly app for quickly making fliers comes to the iPhone

Sprightly, an app from Microsoft’s Garage division, has been released for the iPhone and iPad after a previous launch for Android. It allows users to quickly make fliers, catalogs and more for home or small businesses. Microsoft says: The graphic design experts at Sprightly have tackled all your design problems so you don’t have to.
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Microsoft's OneDrive adds iPad multitasking and an Office 365 subscription option

Microsoft has updated its OneDrive application, which now allows users to purchase an Office 365 subscription for $6.99 per month. In addition to access to the full array of features of Microsoft’s Office apps, a subscription also comes with 1TB of OneDrive storage. The app can now also utilize Split View and Slide Over multitasking
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