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Cycloramic has moved into version 3.0, enhancing its photo mode and offering space to edit, store, and share panoramic images. Now, when taking panoramic images, the original 14 photos that are used to create the panoramic image are saved individually as well. Users also have access to a number of photo editing options, including the ability to crop, use contrast, sharpen, and blur images. Check out the app's wide array of options and share panoramic images by using the new integration with Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Cycloramic is also available for free, for a very limited time.
You see that? Spooky, right? Turns out that it's also legit, as we used our iPhone 5 to check it out. If you place your iPhone 5 on the right kind of surface, Cycoramic will use the device's vibration feature to spin your iPhone around in a circle, capturing a panoramic, 360˚ video of the surroundings. Pretty neat!