App cannot distinguish what "vertical" means This app requires only ONE certain degree, which doesn't even look vertical (the position is actually tilting your phone more to the right). The pictures are decent, but I'm not going to waste my time trying to figure out what angle the app expects just to take a scenic picture.
A little buggy Well i would review the actually experience... If I could actually take a panorama. The app insists that I make my phone vertical, even though I have set the bottom on a table to make sure my phone is perfectly vertical. No, my gyro is not broken. This phone is brand new. So in a nut shell fix it.
It's an ok app but cud be better. It wouldn't turn on the phones light (flash) on my Samsung Galaxy Mega. & works fine, if ur view is straight ahead, but won't if you're trying to take a shot just above your head like the stars or bird/plane. It has always had potential. C'mon guys step it up!
I could not get this app to work.. After I opened this app it did not work. It opened just fine but said "you must keep the device vertical." As I held it there vertically I still was unable to take a picture.. Not worth the time just unibstalled.
Doesn't work well You can't even start to take a picture unless the camera is vertical. Plus it doesn't show you the picture as your taking it so you don't know what's been captured or not. Considering the fact all it does is panoramic pictures you'd figure it would do it at least better than most. the default android cam does better
50/50 The app takes great pix. I used to do composite 360 with 35mm and also used current apps. Biggest negative was unable to save to gallery, app crashed. The other option was to post on social media. Then saw app would access my profile info. What's up with that?
Selfie Cam 360 with the interface that is very intriguing, sophisticated features.
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