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  1. Devamps's Avatar
    Brucexli, first let me say that I really like the HD Photo Viewer, but I think the title (thread) here passes a of misinformation, which can be interpreted from the device as a problem and we know that's not it. Because it is known that the native viewer opens the images faster by not displaying them in HD quality and not zooming exaggerated.

    This app (Photo Viewer HD) simply allows for better viewing of images because it consumes more system resources, I'm not complaining, even like your application and you have updates for it.
    Take this opportunity to thank you for the update available today, however, change the title of this thread here, if not too much trouble for you.

    Anyway, sorry for the inconvenience, a big hug to you, and thanks for the app.
    03-28-2013 04:57 PM
  2. brucexli's Avatar
    Brucexli, first let me say that I really like the HD Photo Viewer, but I think the title (thread) here passes a of misinformation, which can be interpreted from the device as a problem and we know that's not it. Because it is known that the native viewer opens the images faster by not displaying them in HD quality and not zooming exaggerated.

    This app (Photo Viewer HD) simply allows for better viewing of images because it consumes more system resources, I'm not complaining, even like your application and you have updates for it.
    Take this opportunity to thank you for the update available today, however, change the title of this thread here, if not too much trouble for you.

    Anyway, sorry for the inconvenience, a big hug to you, and thanks for the app.

    What do you think can be a proper title, please?
    03-28-2013 05:48 PM
  3. omglilol's Avatar
    @brucexli your app is immense, I use it if I want to show off my camera because hte default viewer will screw me.

    If you could give me more reasons to open it, it would be awesome. How about some simple effects? I don't know I got the app when it was free but I recommended my brother not to buy it because it is not compelling enough in its current state.

    EDIT: stumbled upon this just now, could help you bridge a gap or two in the store: http://www.reddit.com/r/windowsphone...esnt_compress/
    03-28-2013 06:00 PM
  4. brucexli's Avatar
    @brucexli your app is immense, I use it if I want to show off my camera because hte default viewer will screw me.

    If you could give me more reasons to open it, it would be awesome. How about some simple effects? I don't know I got the app when it was free but I recommended my brother not to buy it because it is not compelling enough in its current state.

    EDIT: stumbled upon this just now, could help you bridge a gap or two in the store: Best photo editing app that doesn't compress pictures? : windowsphone
    Hi omglilol, as you may know, third party apps actually cannot delete any photo from the phone. Each time an app modifies a photo, a new copy is created in the "saved pictures" album. When saving the modified picture, there will be JPEG compression, that is not controllled by the app or the developer. The developer can chose 100% quality, but there is still compression. An alternative is to save the phone in the app's isolated storage without using system API, but that way the user cannot access the picture from the picture hub any more.

    So even if I add functions such as editing / effects, it won't be any better than other apps.
    I would very much like to add the ability to delete a photo, but sadly there is no API available.
    03-28-2013 06:37 PM
  5. Devamps's Avatar
    What do you think can be a proper title, please?
    A rendering of the native viewer is not a problem, it is well to open the images faster.

    I think the title might be something like:

    Open your images with greater rendering using the HD Photo Viewer app

    Just a suggestion, I do not want to cause any trouble, and again I say that I love this app.
    03-28-2013 06:40 PM
  6. brucexli's Avatar
    A rendering of the native viewer is not a problem, it is well to open the images faster.

    I think the title might be something like:

    Open your images with greater rendering using the HD Photo Viewer app

    Just a suggestion, I do not want to cause any trouble, and again I say that I love this app.
    I know what you mean. The post was nit meant to aadvertise the app. It was posted far before I made the app. At that time, we all thought that Lumia 920 had the softness problem.

    For now, I will just leave the title as it was.
    03-28-2013 07:18 PM
  7. Devamps's Avatar
    I know what you mean. The post was nit meant to aadvertise the app. It was posted far before I made the app. At that time, we all thought that Lumia 920 had the softness problem.
    Exactly, that's what I meant.
    03-28-2013 07:21 PM
  8. austinlewis's Avatar
    You meant like Facebook? It is possible but I need to learn the Facebook APIs.

    I am quite familiar with SkyDrive, though.
    Just installed the update and now can share. Awesome! Thanks!
    04-04-2013 05:48 PM
  9. chrisfather's Avatar
    Just updated the app, really awesome! Love it very muchand will recommend to any other lumia users. Thanks!
    04-04-2013 09:08 PM
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