loads image, but... angular positioning is not precise, or close to realtime, nor is it drift free (which makes the app useless for me).
Lots of potential but... First the good: This app will let you view Photospheres on any Android device. I was able to get it to view a photosphere on a very low end tablet (Single core with 512MB RAM). And that is awesome because the native gallery would not do it even though the device has Jellybean. The bad: - It can't see my external SD card. Thats a hassle. - The UI is very very clunky. It needs a lot of work. Holo theme pls. - The nag screens are annoying. Stop it with the pop ups. Fix these items and I'll be happy to pay for it (and raise the rating as well). I tried a bunch of apps and this is the first one that will actually let me view Photospheres on my low end tablet. So that alone impresses me.
Look very amateur yet super expensive The actual rendering engine shows some promise but the "demo" displays ads straight away intruding on the screen, the demo won't even load an image from my phone (over 50mp) to assess the performance. Also the user interface is that jelly look which was all the rage in the 2000's and has vague iconology. Worst part is the price for pro, over $20 which is crazy. I'd pay $5 at most as would most other people for this calibre of software
Misleading! This app can't do the photo sphere function of the Nexus phones.
trial version but can not have a try
Crap Crap Crap Crap
* New PPV360HD icon :)
* Added support for semi-panoramic images (horizontal angle minor of 360)
* General UI improvements of
* Improved Pick Image from local storage
- smart sorting if filename contains a number
- last used directory ;)
- PPV360HD download dir
* Intelligent open file without re-processing if its already present in public/private gallery
* Improve stability, with many bugfixes, new startup and closing sequence
Thanks to Silvia, John, Barry, Edgardo for supporting my effort.