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Works with

  • Windows Phone 8.1
  • Windows Phone 8
  • Windows Phone 7.5
  • Windows Phone 7

App requires

  • photo, music, and video libraries
  • data services
  • movement and directional sensor
  • web browser component
  • HD720P (720x1280)
  • WVGA (480x800)
  • WXGA (768x1280)
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Ztitch provides an immersive panorama viewing experience. With this app, you can create your own panoramic scenes, view scenes from other users around the world, freely navigate the scene using the accelerometer, plus much more!

Ztitch is a standalone panorama viewer/maker, and is not your average photo stitcher. While most other stitching apps merge images to create a larger image, Ztitch allows you to place your photos inside a 3D space so you can create full 360º panoramas that give you a "semi-3D" experience. You may also export panoramic snapshots to the phone's photo gallery, and explore the surrounding area on Bing Maps.

• 360º panoramic scenes w/ semi-3D effect
• Create, upload, share, and explore
• Save panoramic snapshots to the phone
• Pinch to zoom
• See it on Bing Maps
• Navigate using the accelerometer
• Simple drag & drop interface
• Facebook / Flickr integration
• Your uploaded Ztitch may be featured!
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  • by Avanish 6/12/2015
    Good but reduces resolution of the image.
  • by ahamad 5/11/2015
    زرشک طلایی
  • by Pilo 1/16/2015
    Not easy to use, poor panoramic
  • by Mayur 9/4/2014
    Not so good app. Photosynth is best. You have to spend 10 mins to create one photo, and that too not so perfect. First click photos in cam, then add then individual in app. Lengthy process...
  • by User 7/8/2014
    Confusing make it so you can put more then one pic in in a thing
  • by robb 5/12/2014
    Stupids ****** appp ever!!!!!!!!
  • by User 4/24/2014
    Talk to the people who created TurnMe panorama. You really need to use their accelerometer algorithm.
  • by Ariane 11/29/2013
    Completely unusable to me. Lumia 920
  • by User 9/6/2013
    Really no different than the Nokia Panorama lens. The big difference is, this doesn't give you a guide. You pre-take all your pictures, and hope they line up right, and the atitching doesn't really do anything. Looks like a bunch of photos stuck together.
  • by Sinisa 8/27/2013