Microsoft Can Help You Create A Digital Collection Of Your Keepsakes

Microsoft Can Help You Create A Digital Collection Of Your Keepsakes

The new app lets people take pictures of their possessions to add to a virtual collection they can share with others

Laura Yan
  • 13 july 2016

Microsoft Garage, the experimental project incubator from the giant technology company, has launched a new iPhone app called Thinga.Me which will let users photograph collections of physical objects and create a digital version. Users will able to upload snapshots of their collection and select various layouts (shelves, boards, stands, etc) and themes to showcase the collection. They’ll be able to tag collections and share them with others.

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