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  1. support for full res photo

    It look like the app only support a low max resolution.

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      The app is currently written for Windows Phone 7 – and the native image functionality available for apps caps size at 2MP.

      It looks like this changed for WP8, so when I port over to the updated API, this is something I’d like to do.

    • Use a Custom Photo Picker

      The built in photo picker is cool and all - but is missing some features (like returning the file's original name). There needs to be a custom one built in the app.

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