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Nokia have just released a new Burton app for Windows Phone 8 that features a photo sequencer, resort forecasting features and shred-ready playlists.

In addition to the Burton gear and film content, the new app has three main functions to assist with three things that most snowboarders find pretty important: photos ('cause every rider likes a sick shot they can show off to their mates), snow (obviously an important factor to consider when you're off, y'know, snowboarding) and music (because beats make [snow]boarding better).

Like having a mini DSLR in your pocket that shoots a continuous burst at 30fps, the Burton Sequencer supposedly lets you film your lines/tricks before stitching them together into an instant sequence shot, which you can then share on Facebook and Twitter. Sounds pretty neat huh?

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The Burton Forecast function lets you check weather, snow levels and which runs are open at over 2600 resorts and the Tune Up function lets you listen to pre-loaded, shred-ready playlists.

You can download the app, which is free and exclusively available in the Windows Phone Store for Nokia Lumia 620, 820 and 920 devices, here.