ProShot Universal Windows 10 app is teased
ProShot is a camera application developed by Rise Up Games. Now, the developer has premiered a video that showcases an upcoming Photo Universal Windows version that comes with a new User Interface and other awesome options.
The developer has been teasing us about a Windows 10 version of their awesome camera application since November 2015, but until now they haven’t released it. However, thanks to this new video, you can clearly see that Rise Up Game has completely re-written the application and it looks better than ever before. Take a look at the video below:
As you can see in the video, the new ProShot application features a totally new user interface, gives you the possibility to record videos, and has an updated histogram with many improvements. The Universal Windows Platform version of the app will be available for Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile operating systems.
The current version of ProShot can be installed on devices that run on Windows 10 Mobile, Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows Phone 8. The application can be purchased for $2.99, but you have the possibility of trying it out first to decide if you want to make the purchase.
What are your thoughts about the new ProShot Universal Windows version? Will you use it on your mobile device once it will be released, or do you prefer the default camera application your handset comes with?
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