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Swipeable Panorama

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Photo & Video & Social Networking
Last Update
Dec 20, 2018
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132

Avg rating,
total

⭐2.3

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** Instagram supports panorama and 360° photo! **<br><br>Make awesome panoramas swipeable on Instagram! <br><br>Just pick up a panorama and the app does the rest. Swipeable automatically divides your panorama into square pieces. You will be able to share your panorama with Instagram's new carousel album feature to make your panorama swipeable!<br><br>Swipeable's smooth, intuitive process gives you a brand new photo sharing experience.<br><br>FEATURES<br><br>▸ Automatically divide your 360° photo or panorama into square pieces.<br>▸ Seamlessly share to Instagram with carousel view.<br>▸ Pair your swipeable with Instagram's filter to make it stand out even more. <br>▸ Download and start creating immediately. No signup or account required—and no clutter breaking up your flow.

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josiahwg
Jun 25, 2019

First of all, this app is such a great idea. In theory it would make the process of posting a panorama or landscape photo very simple without using the aid of photoshop. Unfortunately this is only in theory though. Here are the major cons and there are way too many for what should be such a simple app. 1. The user has no control over how their image is cropped. It decides automatically what parts of the photos it wants to keep in discarding whole sections if it deems fit. 2. You are only able to crop in squares, this would have been fine in 2014 but now Instagram allows you to post 4x5 photos so it completely defeated the purpose unless you’re trying to make your whole feed one photo. 3. You are only allowed to crop and post directly from the app. It does not save to your personal photos once your image has been (terribly) cropped. 4. If you decide that these things above are totally fine and you do decide to continue to the posting stages your photo will have a “Swipeable” watermark for everyone to see on your post. To give them credit they do give you the option to take the water mark off but if you do so “only a percentage of your following will see the whole panorama” (lol). This is all so frustrating to me because this app could be so helpful and useful, especially in the photography community. It’s honestly impressive how bad they botched such a simple concept.

gobrgo0987
Nov 12, 2017

I like this app. It doesn’t offer customization on how a panorama photo is sliced, so if you need that kind of ability look towards a pro photo editing app. However, I think this app’s capability will satisfy most casual users. This app can put a watermark on the first photo in the outputted series (or change the first photo into a video), but that’s optional and you can easily turn it off. The only thing I found annoying with the app is that when you output series of photos, it adds a title photo and a end photo every time. You don’t have to select and import those photos into Instagram, but it does clutter up the photo album. I wish this is a feature that can be turned off. Overall I think I am getting a lot out of this free app. So, kudos.

tsuntoast
May 20, 2018

Like others have said, you can’t customize how a panorama is specifically cut, but to me it isn’t that big of a deal. To turn off the watermark, you simply tap on it until it goes away. One issue I have is that you can’t save to Photos. It might just be me, but it makes me nervous that I have to post to Instagram right away. Having an option to save the slices would be great. Overall, great app.

Liam9876
Feb 26, 2018

Works great I read a tutorial on slicing your own photos and it referenced this app if you didn’t mind deleting a couple frames and removing the watermark. Both are no brainers and way easier than editing your own photos. Takes just a few seconds to adjust and slide then post. Photos don’t have to be panoramic to slice up either. A+

Bjornbeau
Oct 10, 2017

Would love to see the ability to remove the Swipeable watermark. If the app is great and people love it - we are naturally going to share what the app is. That’s how you make an app grow, not by forcing people to have a little swipeable banner on their photo. It really ruins the shot. I’d even pay 99 cents to remove the watermark! EDIT: I’m an idiot. Thank you!!!

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About Swipeable Panorama

Developed by NoMatterWhat Technologies.

Swipeable Panorama is ranking in   Photo & Video & Social Networking

Last update was at Dec 20, 2018and the current version is 9.0.3.

To see all other keys and revenue click here 1209900326

Swipeable Panorama have a 132a user reviews.

Swipeable Panorama was released in the App Store. It is developed by NoMatterWhat Technologies, who have also released the following apps.

Swipeable Panorama has 132 user reviews.​

Swipeable Panorama has an average rating of 2.3. ​The latest version of Swipeable Panorama 9.0.3​ ​​was ​released on Dec 20, 2018​.

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