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10 Best Panoramic Camera Apps Of 2019

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Published on August 15th, 2019

The world is a beautiful place and more so because nature has bestowed it with the most exotic creations. Thus it goes without saying that capturing the same in your camera is something that we all love doing.

However, do you also know that the panoramic view of the scenery makes it look more enchanting and makes the photo more relatable? Though the mobile camera gives you the option of Panoramic shooting the effect may not be as gracious as it should be.

In such a situation it is always better to choose a mobile app to handle the task for you. You can either keep looking around for the best panoramic camera apps or go through our compilation of 10 best ones available.

Along with mentioning their features, we have also compared them to let you know which app should be used in what kind of conditions.

If you have a particular situation that you need to tackle you can choose the app accordingly, Also you can pick up two or more apps that is if you feel that the kind of range you need for shooting pictures is more.


1. Panorama 360

P360 has over 12 Million downloads on PlayStore with over 41,000 5star reviews.

P360 has been called the Instagram for Panoramas and is the best app to capture 360-degree quality panoramas and watch 360 videos. We have been the number 1 choice on Android to capture and share panoramas since 2011.

With P360, seamless panoramas can be easily created within seconds with a single tap. Just tap the Capture button and move your phone slowly and steadily from left to right. Once done capturing, the frames will be stitched into one awesome panorama automatically.

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Review: Lifewire

Panorama 360 has hung on for a long, long time, having been available since 2011. It’s also probably one of the most fully-featured apps for panoramas, and will even work with 360 cameras and other VR tech.

That professional focus can be great if that’s what you’re looking for, but if you’re looking for something more basic, or aren’t interested in anything beyond the occasional vacation photo, this may be more app than you need, especially as some high-end features are locked behind an in-app purchase paywall.

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2. Camera360

Camera360

Camera360 – Photo Editor is a free beauty camera and a global community of photography with over 800 million users. It contains professional editing tools and all themed funny stickers & motion stickers, art filters, poster templates and video effects. Your photo studio make all your photos even better with selfie camera & photo editor!

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Review: Gihosoft

When it comes to capturing 360-degree pictures of flawless quality, Camera360 sets the touchstone for all other apps. In fact, its name has become a byword for creating beautiful pictures that automatically rub out some of God’s little imperfections in our selves. Attesting to this is the nearly 1 billion people using this app from around the globe. And that’s almost one-fifth of humanity my friend.

This app is specially designed for people with a strong fervor for taking selfies and photos whether in the standard two-dimensional setting or in a 360-degree setting. It’s like having a professional photo studio on your phone as it comes with professional editing tools to help you further enhance your photos. It also has other photo and video effects and customizable filters to recreate a virtual reality for your images.

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3. Photo stitch

Photo stitch

Photo Stitcher make a long and large picture, panorama photo by take up to 3 landscape photos or 5 portrait photos by the Camera or import from the Photos then the app will stitch into one large image. The stitched image looks like a photo just takes from one shot from camera.

How to stitch pictures, make panorama picture: take photos from camera that having a little overlap area from one and another, e.g. take 3 landscape photos from camera (from left to right or vice versa) photo 2 must have a small overlap area with photo 1 and photo 3 must have a small overlap area with photo 2. Then app will stitch all your photos by comparing the overlap area for matching and then merging to 1 smooth picture.

Download on iTunes

Review: iGEEKS BLOG

Simply import (or capture) three landscape and five portrait photos and this app will stitch them together instantly. That’s how simple it is! What’s more, you can email your pics and share them with your loved ones to win a lot of praise.

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4. Fyuse


Fyuse is a spatial photography app that allows anyone with a smartphone to capture 3D images. These images, or “fyuses”, are engaged by tilting your phone or by swiping your screen. Fyuse captures space, not time, and allows you to view moments from different angles, at your own pace.

Because Fyuse is also a dynamic social platform, it’s easy to share your images directly through the Fyuse app. Additionally, fyuses can be embedded and shared through other social platforms, websites, emails and texts. The fyuses you create are versatile and completely yours.

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Review: iTunes

Its is so much fun taking pictures with Fuse. And the added option to share with iMessage and so forth now make it so much easier to share. I am still have difficulties understanding the options of taking the Images but regardless I do take my photos and I love them. Ooo the program is a bit heavy for my phone so when I use it is a bit slow. Still I don’t regret having it and I love using it.

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5. Cardboard Camera

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Capture and share moments with virtual reality (VR) photos. VR photos let you experience scenery and sound in every direction and in 3D, making near things look near, and far things look far. From vacation travels to family get-togethers, capture the moment with Cardboard Camera and relive it in VR.

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Review: PlayStore

Cardboard Camera is one of the best VR apps I’ve ever used, and I recommend it highly to anyone with a compatible headset. (For Samsung Gear VR owners, there’s an app called ‘Play Cardboard’ that toggles between Oculus and Cardboard.) For those complaining about it merely being a panoramic camera, let me explain a bit about how it works. When the images are viewed in anything other than the app itself, they will not be in 3D.

As you may know, it takes two images to creates a 3D effect, either one image for each eye taken from two slightly different viewpoints, or a single image and a depth map (that one’s really complicated).

To a standard viewer, there is only one image in the file. Where’s the second image? Google did something really clever: the image data is there, but tucked away inside a hidden part of the file that’s essentially a free-form comment section. Other image viewers have no way to know about this or display it as a picture.

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6. PanoramaCrop

PanoramaCrop

Keep your Instagram’s feed alive with swipeable panoramas! PanoramaCrop easily splits your wide photos so you can make the most out of the new Instagram’s multi-photo posts.

 Download on Google Play

Review: Lifewire

PanoramaCrop has both ads and in-app purchases, but it’s still usable, and probably the most effective cropping app we’ve found if you love shooting huge vistas. Also potentially annoying: if you use your phone to shoot, it may take a little work to arrange a photo shot in landscape to be properly cropped; shooting in portrait is much easier to crop, which is something of an odd choice.

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7. 360cam

360cam

The Giroptic 360cam is a 360 degree camera built to easily capture video and photos from every angle. It delivers easy real time streaming video over Wi-Fi, recorded 360 videos and photos, in the palm of your hand.

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Review: iTunes

My camera just came in! I’m having trouble viewing the output of the video/photo. I can record videos but only plays back the audio and a black screen. I can’t stream camera using the stream mode, shows black screen all the time. Can admin help? Can’t find any relevant support help

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8. Photoaf Panorama

Create beautiful, seamless 360 panoramic photos easily by utilizing the camera and the orientation sensor to know the exact angle each picture was taken.

When done, you can move your phone around to see the complete panoramic view by using the phone’s compass or the touch screen.

 Download on Google Play

Review: Lifewire

This might be the most granular of the panoramas, with little “bubble” levels on the screen helping you keep your phone in the proper orientation to create the image you want. On some level, it’s the most newbie-friendly app, with accessible tips and tricks to learn more about the app and what it does.

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9. 360 Panorama

P360 has been called Instagram for Panoramas and is the best app to capture 360-degree quality panoramas and watch 360 videos. We have been the number 1 choice on Android to capture and share panoramas since 2011.

With P360, seamless panoramas can be easily created within seconds with a single tap. Just tap the Capture button and move your phone slowly and steadily from left to right. Once done capturing, the frames will be stitched into one awesome panorama automatically.

Download on iTunes | Download on Google Play

Review: IGeeksBLOG

You wouldn’t find a better app than “360 Panorama” to capture enviable pano the shots. It’s incredibly easy to take panoramic photos with this app. Getting the best out of your iOS device, it stitches panos perfectly and instantly.

You can use a gyroscope to interact with your pics. Since every panorama is GPS tagged, you won’t forget the location where you had snapped that shot.

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10. FOV – 360 Photos

FOV - 360

FOV (formerly “Photonomie”) lets you take interactive pictures in a few seconds. Move your arm in all directions to discover the image and experience a unique sensation! Create your own virtual reality with just an iPhone and share what you live with your friends. Classic panoramas are outdated. With FOV, watch exactly what your friends see as if you were standing right in front of them.

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Review: iTunes

Finally an app I can use to capture environment lighting to light my 3D scenes! I had been without a panoramic app since Microsoft killed Photosynth. It’s really nice to have a quality 360×360° pano app! (Would be awesome if in future versions I could load existing equirec pano images from my camera roll and view them in the app.)

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