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Sphere 360-Degree Panoramic Photo App Updated With New Easy Recording Mode

Sphere 360-Degree Panoramic Photo App Updated With New Easy Recording Mode

December 30, 2013
Sphere, the popular 360-degree spherical panoramic photo app formerly known as TourWrist, has just received a major update. Most notably, the latest update to Sphere introduces a new Easy recording mode. Easy mode lets you record your spherical images in brushstrokes, moving your device around as if painting the scene in front of you. Easy mode serves as an alternative to the original recording mode, which is now called Pro mode. In Pro mode, you record spherical images by aligning your device with a series of on-screen dots. If you can't see the image embedded above, please click here. The new version of Sphere also includes the following improvements:
  • iPhone 4S recording now enabled!
  • Redesigned sharing interface
  • Swipe a thumbnail right to see its map (iPhone)
  • Improved “Add From Camera Roll” functionality
  • iOS 7 styling now visible throughout the app
  • Misc enhancements
The new version of Sphere is available now in the App Store for free. The app is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 7.0 or later. Sphere's latest major update arrives just in time for New Year. The update makes it easier for you to capture your New Year's party in 360 degrees and come up with a panoramic photo similar to the 2012-welcoming image posted above from Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]

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Sphere - 360 Camera
Sphere - 360 Camera

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