Microsoft’s 3D photo stitching website, Photosynth, has received a mammoth response on its very day of launch.
The website has remained offline for most of the time on its launch day, owing to massive traffic hitting the website the whole day.
The website was launched on Wednesday’s night, and just few hours after the launch, the website got replaced by an apology letter from Microsoft, which was expressing regrets for the unavailability of the service.
Photosynth, allows its users to stitch their digital photographs to provide three dimensional appearances to them; further, it also offers a huge 20GB online storage space to its users.
In one of its post Microsoft wrote that the company is overwhelmed by demand, and has turned the website into a special read-only mode for a while; however, the software giant also stated that the engineers are pooling their best efforts to resolve the issue, and the outage is just about to get resolved very soon.