Popular Panoramic Photo App ‘Pano’ Arrives on Android

Looking to spice up your photos of the beach?  Maybe you’re tired of that same old skyline shot that doesn’t your vacation justice.  You’ll probably want to cough up a couple of bucks and download Pano to your Android phone.  The popular and highly rated panoramic application has finally arrived on Android, giving users a whole host of features.

Details include the ability capture up to 360-degree images with up to sixteen photos, color correction, advanced alignment, and semi-transparent guides to make sure your photos look amazing.  One feature we’re quite fond of is being able to resume a panoramic shot in the event of an interruption. Nothing irritates us like getting a phone call in the middle of an award-winning photo.

Pano is available for a limited time at a discounted price of $2.02 US where it will eventually rise up to a normal $3 purchase price.  Download and install Pano on most Android devices (some tablets) running 2.1 and higher.


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  1. Alexk159
    August 10, 15:07 Reply

    Note : photaf (but also others) is existing since a long time for free on Android. That’s not like doing panoramic photos was impossible since today :-)

  2. thecolor
    August 12, 22:08 Reply

    photaf is the best so far (for *droid), it has gotten better since it’s inital release.  360 is awesome for photos, but does not to panos.  Ultimately I wish the developers who created panoman (for Nokia) would port it to *droid.  THAT is the best I’ve used for a mobile device to date.  And, while I don’t use my Nokias any more for a mobile, I do take it with me if I want the best pano (short of photaf) from a small mobile device!

  3. Davidmaclenson
    December 16, 20:22 Reply

    Photaf is the best APP for panoramas ! pano is just public relation, crappy program, not as close of being good as PHOTAF

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