It looks like Google has just given iPhone users a little treat, the internet giant recently released its panoramic camera into the App Store called Photo Sphere.
Available immediately, Photo Sphere for iOS was previously an Android-exclusive camera feature that allows users to capture not just panoramic pictures, but also a 360 degrees view. Like its Android counterpart, once a Photo Sphere has been taken, users will then be able to save and share them with the rest of the world in the company’s very own Views website.
To take a Photo Sphere, simply load the app and it will tell you to point the camera at the dot. Once you do so, Photo Sphere for iOS will take that image and place the dot slightly further away and you’ll need to follow the dot around until a 360-degree image has been completely capture. The app will automatically stitch these images together and once done, you will be able to view them back or share them on out on Google Maps.
Wish to try it out? The Photo Sphere for iOS app is available for all devices running on iOS 7 and above, sorry iPhone 4 users.