Top 5 Photo Panorama Apps for Android

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  • 08 Aug 2012
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  • It’s not easy finding the perfect app for anything. That is why we write reviews and try to give you good recommendations. Following our “Top 5 Alternatives for Twitter” article, today we want to help you find the best app for taking great panorama shots.

    Panorama app: 360

    Panorama App: 360. The main disadvantage for this app is that you have to create an account, or log-in using your Google account, to use it. Other then that, it’s like Instagram, only with panoramic images. Sure, there are no effects or other image improving techniques but the deep social integration makes it easy to share your great pictures and view what others have accomplished. When it comes to panorama taking, the pictures turn out quite good and there is even a video guide to help you get the most of it. The app also lets you take normal pictures and share them on Facebook or Twitter. The app is offered for Free.

    Photaf Panorama

    Photaf Panorama is another great way to achieve some very good panoramic images. The app does not require a log-in and works pretty much as it should. You can calibrate your compass to get better results and the on-screen guide for taking panoramas is a breeze to understand. In the settings menu you will find plenty of adjustments and hacks for some devices. Shots can be taken in automatic or manual mode. You have the option to switch to high-quality mode, that requires more hardware resources and, once you’re done you can share your image with ease. There is a Free version for the app available on the Store and you can also acquire the Pro version.


    360 Panorama. The Android version of the poplar iOS app offers a simple way to create and share good looking panoramic images. It is very easy to use, just tap the button and rotate with the device until you’re done. Images turn out rather great, though there is room for improvement. The app also allows exposure to fluctuate as a user pans his or her device, thereby creating the potential for HDR panoramic shots during transitions from dark to bright areas. Too bad for the missing gyroscope functionality, found on iOS, that has been replaced by a software gimmick. You can buy the app from the Play Store.


    DerManDar (DMD) Panorama is one of the fastest, trouble free, easiest way to create panoramic images. The advantages it has can also be considered a disadvantage by some, as the app does not offer extra functionality or options. To create a panorama you simply tap the screen to take the first picture, then rotate util the symbols align. When you’re finished you tap the screen again and the stitching is done. Once you’re happy with the results you can share the photo. The app is offered for Free.


    HD Panorama allows you to create up to Full HD resolution beautiful panoramic images. The interface is very easy to understand and you’ll be creating panoramas in no time. From the settings menu you can adjust the image size, up to 1920px in height. Too bad it’s missing a share button, but it compensates for that thanks to the image quality. There is a Free, add supported version available on the Store and you can also purchase the “+” version.

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    • nick

      Not sure why creating an account is a disadvantage’ FOR 360. When u have to create Ana account to even common on this blog.

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