By Debacle Software
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
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★ "Pano is an amazing app for creating on-the-spot panoramic photos without the need of desktop software to stitch the photos together." — Tom Hesser, MacWorld (4.5/5 stars)
★ "...Pano, a new app for the iPhone, makes taking extreme wide-angle panoramic photographs a total breeze." — Michael Calore, Webmonkey
★ "I just want to Pano everything!... The interface is extremely easy... It works amazing..." — iJustine
Pano is an award-winning app that lets you take beautiful, seamless panoramic photos straight from your phone, with no expensive desktop software necessary. Selected by Apple as one of the "Best Apps of 2009," and included in Apple's "App Store Essentials Hall of Fame," Pano has gotten rave reviews from users around the world, and is quickly approaching a million downloads!
Pano uses our own imaging technology to produce the biggest, highest quality and best looking panoramas you'll ever shoot on an iOS device. Try Pano and see what you've been missing!
→ Deliciously simple interface
→ Final resolution of up to 24 megapixels (14994x1632)
→ Take massive 360-degree panoramas with up to sixteen photos
→ Incredible alignment, blending, and colour-correction algorithms provide seamless images in just seconds
→ Full geotagging and exif support
→ Handy semi-transparent guide helps you line up each shot perfectly
→ Finished panoramas save to your camera roll
Be sure to check out our Flickr group to see what people around the world are doing with Pano: http://www.flickr.com/groups/iphonepanoramas/
→ Selected by Apple as one of the "App Store Essentials Hall of Fame"
→ Selected by Apple as one of their "Best Apps of 2009"
→ Awarded "Best Photography App" in Best App Ever Awards.
→ Awarded a Top Pick in O'Reilly's "Best iPhone Apps"
→ Selected by iLounge as one of their "100 Essential iPhone Apps"
What's New in Version 4.6.131
We've got an update for you that fixes a bunch of little bugs that have been hanging about, and adds a couple of sweet new sharing options.
Pano will now let you know if you've accidentally restricted it from saving your photos, and we've significantly shrunk our iCloud backups. We've also made it super-simple to post your panos to Facebook and Twitter without ever leaving the app.
We've also been working on some other top-secret stuff, and we're so close to being able to tell you all about it. We can't wait!
Your buddies at Debacle
I've used this app tons in the last 3.5 years I've had an iPhone (3GS and now a 5) and I know how to get really great results with it. I still use it with the iPhone 5 when it's too dark for the built-in iOS panorama function or when I need more control over the exposure, etc. I feel like the quality of the panos has also gotten better over time with software improvements and I've generally always been very happy with Pano, but why doesn't the app fill the whole screen on the iPhone 5? It's been 6 months since the 5 came out and the app just received an update so I don't know what the problem could be…
Love it! And a Suggestion
I love the app, got some great photo’s using this app, thank you!
One suggestion. Depending on the light sometimes it can be hard to see the shade that I need to line up. Maybe you can add two dots that I need to line up to make it easier to see if I’m close or not as I slide over. ( : : ) Hope that makes sense. :-)
Must have photography app as of June 2014
Yes, this app looks a little dated, and there are many Panorama apps, including the one in the stock iOS Camera app.
This is a must have app for one reason:
If you are taking a panorama where the scene has a high dynamic range (under lit areas to over lit areas), most panorama apps cannot handle it since the exposure is always locked.
With Pano app, since it stitches multiple photos after taking these photos, every part of the panorama is perfectly exposed!
This may not be a Pano app you need for 95% of your panoramas. But for those 5% of panoramas under tricky lighting conditions, this is the only viable option!