Rylo

Rylo

By Rylo Inc.

  • Category: Photo & Video
  • Release Date: 2017-11-14
  • Current Version: 1.4.5
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 76.00 MB
  • Developer: Rylo Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 69 Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
Rylo App Ratings: 4.5
4.5
Total 69 Reviews

Rylo App Description

Rylo captures everything in 360° all around you in beautiful 4K resolution, letting you share vivid and realistic scenes loaded with details. With the Rylo app, you can create a perfectly framed clip from any section of your 360° shot and share a traditional HD video, or fully immersive 360° video. With Rylo's breakthrough stabilization, you spend less time worrying about holding the camera steady, and more time nailing those once-in-a-lifetime shots. Rylo's breakthrough software gives you total control of your videos and unlocks new creative freedom. Our easy-to-use, intuitive app lets you watch, edit and share from anywhere. You'll never have to wait to download and edit from a desktop again.

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Rylo App Reviews

  • Without editing in the app or a better way to transfer files this is subpar

    2
    By Jstraza
    I like the actual camera a lot. However, if you go on vacation and want to create a bigger video do not purchase this camera. I have dozens of videos from Peru. The video in the app is fantastic. However, I have to edit each one, load it to my ipad, and then export each one to my computer. It takes hours. With that in mind I wouldn't have purchased this product. If you just want to take a video or two this product is perfect for you.
  • Wow

    5
    By JSillyman
    The new update to the editing software is impressive! With no download required to my phone prior to making edits it’s like I’m working with a powerful non-destructive editing program on my computer, and saving a tone of space on my phone. Partway through editing a video yesterday my Rylo ran out of battery...I thought the edits would be gone, but nope! As soon as I juiced up the rylo and plugged it back into my phone the edits were still there.
  • Poor camera made for teen girls

    1
    By Ninos iPhone
    Update July 2018 So the color is now better but... -No desktop app??? This is a fun fad that stays in the bottom drawer. -Not able to offer continuous recording via powering device with usb cable. Every other 360 had it. Increased rating to three stars after color and Bluetooth flaws where added. Update February 2018 Still no corrective updates. The color see to have been improved. Still cannot charge while recording a fundamental flaw. Second they said it has Bluetooth but are worried in making it too complex for users ?!!?@&$?! This company needs to be bought and the founders replaced. Edited January 2018 Not sure if this is a consumer camera made for teen girls taking endless selfies of their fading beauty or a Pro camera. This camera needs Mac computer software with professional options like exposure and color profiles etc. No one going to make an edit on an iPhone who is serious about video production. This is too expensive for the selfie crowd and the developers pride them in making something so basic that it ruins the product. Improvements: -Allow for multiple edits, not just length/shorten a clip. -Allow for camera to be charged with recording, for shoots longer than the one hour battery limit. Live monitoring with viewscope on iPhone. Better aperture, this is a outdoor camera, because it requires too great light or it gets too much noise. Overall I like this camera but not sure I can use on production projects until a serious computer editor is released. ————————- Edited Some cards are just not compatible and the Rylo will not connect to the iPhone because of it. Problem is Rylo will not be even detected when an incompatible SD card is inserted.
  • Amazing camera and way better than any competitor out there!

    5
    By Zohizzle
    Love my Rylo! One of the best buys I’ve made!
  • Easy to use with the best app.

    5
    By Bob-a-job-a-jobbie
    While there are cheaper 360 cameras out there, even ones that are cheaper with similar hardware, the battle for the best 360 camera is going to be won on software and Rylo are proving themselves to be the best at it (to the point that others seem to have copied their ideas though not doing it so well). The app is super easy to use, and refinements and updates to the software come out every few weeks, making the camera easier and better to use with each one. It’s a bit more expensive than others available but worth it. I’d highly recommend the Rylo.
  • IPad Pro Love?

    5
    By pzeos
    iPad Pro Love? Great hardware and app, please update this app so it’s iPad Pro friendly! Thanks!
  • Wishlist

    4
    By LTTX23
    I like this camera and app, but I do have a wishlist for it. First item would be to be able to copy the 360 files back to an SD card in the camera from the app (would love to keep the edits and free up phone space). Second would be an iPad version of the app. Third would be the ability to “follow this” on a grid instead of keeping the object always dead center of the shot. Overall, though, it’s pretty solid for what it is and seems to be improving with each update.
  • Absolutely the best

    5
    By LR60
    After buying many go pros and trying to find a use for them, I have finally found a camera that is fun, easy to use, and really captures the moment. Only problem is it turns off above 6Gs😎
  • Pretty Slick- wish there was an iPad app.

    4
    By chiangku
    Since it’s app-based editing, it’d be great if I could do this on my iPad pro without dealing with an iPhone version of the app.
  • Great fun, excellent customer service

    5
    By this is millett
    Con: The video quality may not be quite as high as you may expect, but when consider that the thing is capturing more than a dozen times the viewing angle of the regular iPhone camera, it seems reasonable. Pro: Shooting mostly absent-mindedly, then being able to easily compose your camera movements after the fact, is just magical. The controls to move where the view frame of the final shot is looking are super simple, but very powerful. The object tracking is a little hit and miss. If your subject area is remotely visually similar to the surroundings, the app will struggle. If your subject is visually distinct, this works great. The directional instructions are much more reliable, and I’ve found telling the view to ‘look here’ is usually the way to go. The company: I’ve been very impressed with the company’s support responses and responsiveness. They answer quick, and seem truly determined to provide a great experience. I only very rarely take the time to write reviews, but these guys have earned it. Good camera, great app, excellent service. I look forward to where Rylo is headed.

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