• Your favorite








    , and
  • Google Updates its Photo Sphere Camera App for iOS With Some Improvements

    Google released an all-new photography application called Photo Sphere Camera back in August that allowed users to take 360 photographs a whole 180 more than Apple's own Camera application is capable of shooting pictures of in panorama mode.

    On Tuesday, Google has released the first major update to the application since its initial release, so version 1.1.0 of the application is now available on the iOS App Store to include new features and improvements for users of the application.

    Among the improvements, Google notes that version 1.1.0 of the application gives you much better image quality than the initial release more specifically, in low-light conditions when shooting with the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus. The output resolution of the photograph will also be much higher than it was at the initial release, meaning that you can zoom in further without so much noise and pixelation.

    Google also touts a new two-tab organized library where you can keep track of your media better in terms of public and private media. Additionally, if you're using the map in the application, this update makes it so that you can expand and contract it as necessary.

    For existing users of the Photo Sphere Camera application, this is a worthwhile update that you'll want to grab from the Updates tab in the App Store application. Alternatively, if you've never used the application before and want to try it out for the cool new photography features that it can give you, then you can download the latest version of Photo Sphere Camera for free from this App Store link.

    Sources: App Store
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Google Updates its Photo Sphere Camera App for iOS With Some Improvements started by Anthony Bouchard View original post