There is something about panoramic photos and videos that make them hot favorites among a lot of folks. I enjoy snapping pano shots using some of the best panorama apps for the iPhone and like sharing them with my friends a lot. What about you? To take your fascination for panoramic photos to the all-new level, we have lined up the ten best apps to let you capture 360-degree panoramas. Most significantly, they let you snap panoramas with the utmost ease. Let’s dive right in to discover them all!
1. Grids: Make Giant Photo Square
Should you wish to go for a pretty lightweight yet adorable panorama app, I would recommend you to try out Grids. What makes this app so handy is the ability to split any image into picture-perfect sized squares which you can share on most social networking sites.
If you want to get more creative, you can also create eye-catching panorama posts that can get a lot of traction on social media. Not to mention, a large grid can be very effective in highlighting your profile.
With a variety of grids at hand, you have plenty of options to experiment with. But keep in mind, you will need to spend $0.99/week for unlimited access to grids.
2. Unsquared For Instagram
As the name itself suggests, “Unsquared For Instagram” is primed for Instagram users who like to post dynamic photos on the social networking site. The app has a pretty simple design language and allows to publish panoramic pics with ease.
Simply, capture a shot or choose a nice one from your camera roll. After that, you can divide your image into the desired number of pieces. Besides. there is also an option to fine-tune the cropping window to get rid of the unwanted spots. Once that is done, you can share it on Instagram or anywhere you want.
3. PanoraSplit for Instagram
Again, “PanoraSplit” is not a typical panorama app but if you want an app that can spice up your 360° photo sharing on Instagram, it would be worth checking out. So, how does this app work?
Well, what makes it so handy is the ability to split an image into 9 squares without compromising on resolution. Therefore, you don’t need to remove important details from panoramic shots on Instagram. Moreover, you can save your creativity in the camera roll and be able to share it on other supported platforms.
4. DMD Panorama
DMD Panorama can take your love for 360 photos and videos to the next level. The app has been designed to work with the front camera to let you snap cool selfies. Featuring ultra-advanced flash modes with three different settings, it’s primed to capture amazing panoramas. Depending on your need, you can edit tags, geo-location, and privacy settings. Connect with your Flickr account and use the 3D viewer to bring life to your photos.
5. Panorama 360
With this app in the offing, capturing fascinating panoramic shots will be pretty simple for you. The app features a clean interface and comes with a super handy panorama viewer.
You can perfectly adjust the exposure to make your pics look sharper and more elegant. Use the gallery to ideally manage your images. Besides, you will also be able to share your attractive panos on Twitter right from this app.
6. PanoPano – Panoramas for Insta
Here’s a quick and easy-to=use app to create Insta-worthy panoramas. Just add your photos, split them with PanoPano, and they will be ready to post on Instagram to wow your followers. Further, quality is retained while keeping your original files intact.
This app can split any panoramic photo into up to 10 squares to be posted as a multi-photo carousel post on IG.
7. Insta360 ONE-360° Photo&Video
For snapping nice-looking 360° photo and video, you can bet on Insta360 ONE to live up to the task – if not nail it down. This is a companion app for the Insta360 ONE and works reliably in shooting 4K 360° video and 24-megapixel images.
What I have found appreciable in Insta360 ONE is a good collection of filters that I always like to try out to transform the entire appearance of the images. Oh yes, it has also got a solid range of crazy stickers which I’m sure you would like to try out just to add some fun elements to your shots.
That aside, you can use this app to go live in 360° on your favorite social networking sites (of course that supports this feature) like Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and more. Save it for the times when you want to be on top of the trending list on social media!
Now, it’s time to liven up your fascination with panoramic photos and videos. I just can’t wait to know your valuable feedback about these apps and how nice they really are.
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