360 Panorama

360 Panorama

By Occipital, Inc.

  • Category: Photo & Video
  • Release Date: 2010-07-30
  • Current Version: 4.4.6
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 11.39 MB
  • Developer: Occipital, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 10,595 Reviews)
  • Price:
360 Panorama App Ratings: 4.5
Total 10,595 Reviews

360 Panorama App Description

“Instant, awesome panoramas” — CNET “Easy as pie … impressively sharp.” — Gizmodo “Feels like magic” — TUAW (The Unofficial Apple Weblog) Beautiful panoramas made easy. Take stunning 360 panoramas everywhere. 360 Panorama turns your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad into a full featured 360 degree panoramic camera. Easily capture immersive panoramas in seconds and instantly share your 360 view with the world. Simply pan the camera and watch as images are stitched seamlessly. 360 Panorama captures the scene in a way you never could with a traditional camera. Designed to take full advantage of your device. • Unbeatable speed: Taps into the raw power of your device to stitch panoramas in realtime. • Magical gyro viewing: Use your gyroscope to interact — look around in 360 degrees. • Never forget a location: Every panorama is GPS tagged, complete with a compass heading. Share your immersive 360 views — with anyone. • Share online: Shared panoramas can be viewed on any computer or device. App not required! • Post on Facebook: Post 360 views on your wall or send to a photo album — all from the app. • Tweet in 360: Share jaw-dropping scenes your friends can view anywhere, even inside their Twitter app. • Email 360 views: Say “wish you were here” in a whole new way. More than an app — an amazing website, too. • Free and safe panorama storage online: Upload panoramas to your account and access them from your desktop or mobile browser. • Automatic quality boost: Cloud enhancement automatically retouches your panoramas over time! • Join the community: Help build a world of panoramas for everyone to enjoy on 360verse.com. • Share and embed: Sharing online is just as easy as in-app. Plus, you can even embed panoramas into your website or blog. Testimonials “360 is simple to use and jaw-dropping when shared!” — William “Hands down the best interface for taking panoramas with the iPhone! ... And best of all, the output is fantastic!” — Chance “I just want to say that this was the single best customer experience I have ever had, either in person or over the Internet.” — Chris “Just downloaded this 360 Panorama App. Kinda dope....” — Chamillionaire Supported devices 360 Panorama supports all recent iPhone and iPad models since the iPhone 4. Includes native iPad support.


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360 Panorama App Reviews

  • Don’t buy

    By fearlesspapi
    Don’t buy this app unless they make some major updates. I pay $3.99 I believe or $1.99 I don’t remember. The point is that the app is horrible coordinated, I try to get in touch with the developers but wasn’t able to.
  • Can’t share to Facebook please fix

    By Nikkkkkkkkkkkkka
  • DON’T BOTHER. Worked Good For A While, Then.....

    By Stefan Urquelle
    Great captures, easy to use, and was able to upload to social media. But then, after a while, what happens when you want to upload these same pics to Facebook using the same Facebook account you just used to upload on the 360 site? You get stuck in an endless loop of authentication glitches where the app doesn’t recognize your account. This renders the 360 app utterly & frustratingly useless because now you can never show the 360 feature to anyone unless you have your phone handy. If you save it to your camera roll it will look like a frozen nightmare, so again, what’s the sense of having this app if you’re the only audience exclusively on only your phone?
  • Unusable images

    By energ8t
    The very first image low like it was stitched by a 10 year old with one eye. Not worth it even if it was free. Feel ripped off. The Google plus camera I used was so much better.
  • Horrible

    By An11secmustang
    What a waste of money. The objects are doubled and tripled, literally the worst camera I’ve ever used.
  • No support. Feeble Facebook integration.

    By the nards
    Lame. No mobile website!? Seriously. What is wrong with this company?
  • Terrible

    By Dead Papa
    I rarely take the time to leave reviews but this needs to be posted. This app is not worth the money. It wouldn’t even be worth downloading if it was free. I used a tripod to try getting a good 360 photo. This app works terribly. You are better off using the panoramic setting on your phone.
  • Stands the test of time!

    By splaquetdesigns
    I've used this app for... wow, 10 or so years now? I originally grabbed it for capturing better 'environmental' photos. We used the 360 photos to show folks who couldn't be with us during a visit to a work site. I still use the app, but it's missing a key feature in my opinion. ...a way to export a single image that's compatible with today's 360 implementations. Such as: - Google Street view (this app is better than Google's single lens 360 capture, but the end result is stuck in the custom software) - single image upload to Facebook (they can currently be shared to FB, but not as a flat image) ... and now, most important to me, - they cannot be uploaded into 3rd party, 360 virtual tour software. As a web developer, I need an easy way to export images out of the app and custom software/website. I really need maximum compatibility if I'm going to continue using the app.
  • Works fine until I try to export

    By Milo,
    It won’t let me upload to Facebook despite being logged in and reauthorizing multiple times. I’ve contacted support and will update this once I’ve heard back. Holding there is something I’m doing wrong on my end
  • Loved it. But now...

    By Saylestx
    Everything worked great. But now it won’t share to my FB account. It says to fix it. I fix it and log into my account again. And try and upload. Says to fix. I log into my account again. Says fix it. I log into my account again. Says to fix it. You get the idea. Using an iPhone 6S. Argh.