Wide pano shots in one fluid motion

360 Panorama gives you a simple method for creating panoramic images, removing the need to take multiple shots.

360 Panorama gives you a simple method for creating panoramic images, removing the need to take multiple shots. Instead of matching up shots, this app has you film a scene as you would shoot a movie and then stitches together your shots seamlessly in real time. Just hold up your iPhone and start from one side of the scene. Then, press the button in the bottom center of your screen and slowly pan to the right in one continuous motion. At the end, hit the button again and your panorama is finished. The resulting image lets you swipe to look around, or you can use your iPhone's gyroscope to move around the scene for a more immersive experience.

360 Panorama's feature set goes beyond just creating panoramic pictures. You can choose to make your panoramas public by registering and uploading your image to the 360verse.com Web site. There, you'll be able to view what others have made with 360 Panorama complete with GPS info so you know where every shot was taken. The app also lets you upload your work to Facebook or Twitter and it can even be viewed in just about any Twitter mobile app your friends and family may use.

Overall, if you'd like to make panoramas without the hassle of matching up shots, 360 Panorama has great features and sharing options to help you get the most out of your panoramic images.

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