Have you ever seen those cool 360-degree videos and pictures on social media and wondered how they were made? Turns out, with the help of a 360-degree camera app, anyone can create their own! Here are five of the best 360-degree camera apps for Android.
Do you ever find yourself in a spectacular location and wish you could bottle up the view to share with others? Well, now there’s an app for that! Panorama 360 Photos lets you capture stunning panoramic views and share them with the world. With over 15 million downloads, it’s the largest online community for panorama lovers.
And it’s not just about taking pretty pictures – TeliportMe also allows you to discover new panoramas in real-time through its panorama feed. So whether you’re sharing your latest vacation snap or viewing someone else’s amazing photosphere, Panorama 360 Photos is the ultimate destination for panorama lovers.
Viewmake is a free VR 360 photo editor that allows you to create virtual tours with arrows directly from your Android device. The app supports 360 photos imported from your device’s gallery or taken in real time with One Shot cameras or imported from Street View.
With Viewmake, you can geolocate (automatic or manual) while shooting, and VR support and Gyroscope are also supported. It also supports virtual tour buildings with 360 photos and photo geolocation.
You can link and point 360 photos with interactive arrows, and groups and levels creation are also supported. It is compatible with Tourmake technology and full support is provided from the desktop panel. Blur Management and Nadir management are also supported.
If you’re looking for a way to edit and crop 360° images freely, then THETA+ is the app for you. With THETA+, you can easily view, edit, and share 360° images on Instagram, Facebook, and other social media platforms.
And because it’s specifically designed for 360° images, you’ll be able to take advantage of a variety of editing functions that you simply can’t get with traditional cameras. For example, you can dynamically change the viewpoint or zoom amount of a 360° image with just a few clicks. Or you can transform a 360° image into an earth-like shape called a Little Planet, an image on two screens, or a soratama.
With a few clicks, you can now frame your 360° videos and transform them into normal videos with the new OverCapture feature. You can also merge several 360° videos together, add music and effects, and upload them to social networks.
With the OverCapture feature, you can frame your 360° videos and transform them into normal videos. You can also merge several 360° videos together, add music and effects, and upload them to social networks.
You can also trim and create slow/fast motion videos with the new OverCapture feature. In addition, you can add music, filters, and a sticker to the bottom/nadir of your video. You can even fix the horizon or modify the point of view to change the entire meaning of your 360° video.
You can choose to save your video collections in different formats- horizontal, vertical, or square. You can also go back and watch them later. Additionally, you can share your videos on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Vimeo, Veer, and other social media platforms.
Photaf is an Android App that lets you create panoramas easily by utilizing the camera and orientation sensor to know the exact angle each picture was taken. When you’re done, you can move your phone around to see the complete panoramic view by using the phone’s compass or the touch screen.
You can also view Photaf’s online panoramas gallery and get tips for taking better panoramas at www.photaf.com website. Some of its features include: automatic image stitching, 360 panorama creation, uploading to Photaf.com website, Facebook sharing, pinch to zoom, moving to SD, and exporting to gallery folder.