Last night Apple announced its new iPhone 5 device complete with an improved camera, featuring an 8MP sensor and a dynamic low light mode. The company was then quick to start demo-ing its brand new panorama feature, which allows you to take a 360° shot that results in a big 28MP image.
However, if you like the look of big, sweeping panorama images but don’t want to splash your cash on a new iPhone 5 to get them, then try these great alternatives for both iOS and Android devices.
By Becca Caddy | September 13th, 2012
A panorama photo application, which allows you to swipe around a scene or a particularly large group shot and then sews up your images for you. Everything is tagged via GPS and you can share your images to Facebook, Twitter, Email or even the 360 Panorama community to see other big images. Available for iOS devices for 69p from iTunes and 62p for Android devices from Google Play.