Articles tagged with: pano
Mel reviews DMD Panorama, an app that does a nice job of wide panoramas and in some ways improves on Apple’s offering.
AutoStitch Panorama has long been the favorite pano app of this blog and many iPhoneographers. The 4.0 update has been released with new features and iOS 5 compatibility.
Single-take panorama app, 360 Panorama by Occipital, is free right now in the App Store. This is for a limited time only, so grab it now.
For easy, fast, interactive 360Â° panos on the fly, it’s hard to beat Photosynth from Microsoft. Photosynth was updated today to version 1.1 — mostly sharing improvements, which the app needed badly.
The ClassicPAN 5.1.0 update from misskiwi has just been released. It contains two new films and a new lens — the FrameRocket. The Sprocket Rocket effect is now available for iPhone.
The new interactive panorama app from Microsoft, Photosynth, is an interesting and fun one. In many ways, it’s really cool and fun. Its advanced stitching algorithms are fast and amazingly accurate.
You Gotta See This! is an easy, fun app that creates panography. The recently released 1.4 update has a cool new theme, Shining Through, which lets you save images with a transparent background. You gotta see how to do it.
There are several panorama apps available in the App Store. My favorite is AutoStitch Panorama by Cloudburst Research. It’s been on sale for a few days, but right now, it’s only 99Â¢ — that’s $2.00 off the normal price of $2.99.
AutoStitch Panorama 3.1 has just hit the App Store. The improvements include a new retina display-ready icon, bug fixes and a very nice feature I’ve been wanting for a while — background support for iOS 4.
Two new apps have been released that will be really cool when they work properly. As they are now, both Panorama 360 and Eraser Camera are alpha-level apps in their version 1.0 releases.
The AutoStitch update brings significant new features. Version 3.0 brings big, under the hood improvements to the app while retaining its ease of use.
Panoramatic 360 is at least worth a look. While not as fast as either AutoStitch or Pano, it has features that both apps lack.