This works exceptionally well with composite 360 images as well as single exposures from a Ricoh Theta S. It does everything I want it to do! Lots of flexibility. A good creative tool. (Other Lyrebird offerings seem a bit put-offish, with an insistence on grafting canine features and a rather unconvincing doggie tongue on anything which strays into shot. Forget that. This is worth considering!)
The app works fine. But in the center of the image there's an insistent square, a big pixel that always appear when I try to change the perspective. Another problem is the quality of the distortion in the corners, maybe an option of blur is the ideal. Fixing these problem I'll give 5 stars. Just remembering, I'm not regret of paying for the app, it works fine. But can be much better.
Not satisfied Some users said this app works better than other similar ones but I wasn't satisfied with the final result. I found it better with Planetical. It would be better if the app would have a demo version to try before buying.
Reset button resets all tabs not just the current one. No way to return an individual slider to it's starting position. No touch controls, all edits must be done with sliders. It doesn't read exif to find an rectangular image's horizon. There is a zoom control but the stereographic perspective can't be controlled. Bulge, wrap and twist don't use the new centre, as adjusted by the long/lat controls (misnamed invert/spin)
Basic warping and twisting of images, can be reproduced by most art packages on pc, but not seen many for android with quite so many refinements and features, however a nice addition would be to stretch pictures by touch and drag rendering too.
Top shelf. Really impressed with this one; so easy to use and the results are excellent. A random button would be a good feature. Also, would be immense if you could export animated GIFs!
New save screen.