Download size5 MB
- Windows Phone 8.1
- Windows Phone 8
- phone identity
- video and still capture
- location services
- photos library
- media playback
- data services
- movement and directional sensor
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WVGA (480x800)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (23)
العربية dansk Deutsch English English (United States) Español (España, alfabetización internacional) español (México) suomi français हिंदी italiano 한국어 Bahasa Melayu norsk (bokmål) polski português (Brasil) русский svenska ไทย Türkçe Tiếng Việt 中文(简体) 中文(繁體)
Get the bigger picture with Nokia's easy-to-use Nokia Panorama app. Simply take your pictures and the app automatically stitches them into a picture view. When you're done, share your Panorama directly with friends on Facebook and Twitter. In this latest release you can capture more height by simply using the camera in portrait mode. Exclusively for Nokia Lumia
7/24/2014very very good
7/23/2014Horrible app. Why it's so difficult to use unlike samsung and iphone?
7/22/2014Bad and very slow...!
7/21/2014Works on my old Lumia920 and even better on my new 1520. Looks like processor and RAM have a lot to do with app performance? Still could use more features to help you stay level and not tilt forward or backward. Otherwise a solid panorama app. Produces clean panoramic photos with some practice.
7/19/2014Its good for the more part,but I can say after using this app so much in the middle of the picture it is very blurry.after restarting and taking the picture again it is still blurry in the middle where you cant even tell what is in the middle.from what I see that is the only thing wrong with the app.other then that the very ends of the picture are great.
7/19/2014Good, but why does the photo clarity reduces!!
7/19/2014Instalem o Photosynth, não esta coisa aqui
7/19/2014Make this app more like Apples panoramic feature on IOS. Plus it's hard to take a panorama because it says it can't find the current place.
7/18/2014Always loses where I am and keeps asking to line up with my last shot, so if an object happened to move (like a tree blowing in the wind), you won't be able to complete the shot properly.