Microsoft releases its first iPhone app
Microsoft on Monday released its first application built specifically for AppleÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s iPhone.
Dubbed Seadragon, the application allows users to browse high-resolution images, according to information provided by Microsoft. The application is optimized for use over 3G and Wi-Fi networks, the company said.
Seadragon also allows users to explore Photosynth collections on the iPhone. Photosynth is a Microsoft technology that lets users stitch digital photos together into a three-dimensional panorama.
Microsoft incorporated the ability to view PhotoZoom and Deep Zoom Composer content, as well.
Read more: macworld.com