Monday, January 28, 2013

Nokia City Lens app updated with several new feature for both WP8 and WP7.5 Nokia Lumia devices


Nokia City Lens today has been updated to v2.0.17.592 for Nokia Lumia devices with Windows Phone 8 and version 2.1.17.572 (Beta) for Windows Phone 7.5 devices. 
The latest update brings new features, to already incredible app such as:
  • Sightline feature lets you switch your view to only what’s in your direct line of sight.
  • Quick information. Now you can quickly view a place’s address without leaving your camera view.
  • Freeze view lets you pause your view and study your options without having to keep your phone pointed at the target.
  • Pin your most common searches and favorite categories to home screen so you can find what you are looking for at a glance."
App description:
"City Lens gives you an entirely new way to reveal what’s around you using your Lumia phone’s camera display. Simply hold up your phone as though taking a photo, and City Lens overlays the best shops, restaurants, and points of interest right on your display. Tap a place icon to call ahead or get more information such as hours, reviews, and directions. You can even save a place for later or share it with friends. Tilt your phone and City Lens brings up additional view options like list. No more wandering around for a cafĂ©. No more looking for street signs. With City Lens, you see what’s around you from your point of view, so finding something great has never felt more natural. 
What's new:
- Sightline feature lets you switch your view to only what’s in your direct line of sight.
- Quick information. Now you can quickly view a place’s address without leaving your camera view.
- Freeze view lets you pause your view and study your options without having to keep your phone pointed at the target.
- Pin your most common searches and favorite categories to home screen so you can find what you are looking for at a glance."
City Lens is a free application and can be downloaded for both WP8  and WP7.5  HERE and  HERE in the Nokia Collection.

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