Today, Nokia announced that its City Lens application for Windows Phone devices was released as a commercial product.
The application packs a variety of appealing features based on user feedback, including Sightline, Freeze View, Quick View and Live Tiles.
These features are available for the owners of Windows Phone 8 Lumia devices
in the new City Lens 2.0 flavor of the app, and are included in City Lens 2.1 for Windows Phone 7 as well. They are available in the Windows Phone Store here
Through Sightline, users can switch view to what’s in their direct line of sight, while Quick information enables them to see a place’s address in the camera view.
The Freeze view feature enables users to pause view and take a closer look at available options. Users can also pin common searches to the homescreen on their devices