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The 360Cities Android app is waiting for you to download it. Just go to the Google Play store and download it for free.

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The 360Cities panorama viewing app for Android has a motion-sensitive panorama viewer that allows you to move around in the interactive panoramas just by moving your Android device. The app supports VR viewing on Google Cardboard.

 

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And there are more features you will find useful too:

– View the featured, most popular, most recent and nearest panoramas to your current location.

Comment on panoramas and read what others said about them.

– Save all your favorite panoramas in your account, so you can easily find your desired pano later on (ideal if you plan to travel somewhere).

– Find panoramas anywhere in the 360Cities World Map: take a virtual tour of pretty places and travel from city to city with ease.

– Use the search functionality for finding those panoramas you are looking for.

 

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 Thanks to  Ackee who did a great job developing the app for us.

The clock is ticking – don’t wait to upgrade or extend your PRO account and get 50% off.

Cyber Monday only December 1st  

A SPECIAL OFFER for PANORAMA PHOTOGRAPHERS

One year PRO account for only € 89.50

 

    • Get a PRO account

    • Extend your PRO account

    • Upgrade your Basic or Plus to a PRO account

 

 

 

 

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Cyber Monday Deal starts as soon as it is December 1st anywhere on our planet

 

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Check out our London gigapixel panorama (created by 360Cities founder Jeffrey Martin in 2012) in action here on a new promotional site for Intel and Lenovo: http://www.intelphotohunt.de/.

Users are challenged to find the hotspots and answer the trivia questions about London to have a chance to win a Lenovo S8. For now in German, but with an online translator, easy to navigate!

 

Gerald from Bushman Panoramic was kind enough to send me a sample of their new EBEN tripod. This thing is very lightweight and pretty small when folded up. It extends to 140cm, which is enough for most situations. For standard photography, videography, or panoramic photography, this is a great little tripod. It’s taken its place in my backpack for casual shooting. It’s light enough that I don’t really notice when it’s in my backpack. For everything that I shoot besides large gigapixels which require a very heavy tripod, the EBEN tripod is really nice. It’s currently selling for 129 Euros.

Here is my review:

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We are proud to announce that the 360Cities app is has just been launched for Windows 8 phones.

Just go to the Windows Phone Store and search for 360Cities, and download the app for free. After the installation, you will be able to spend hours seeing the most amazing 360Cities panoramas.

 

Do you have a swivel chair? It might be a good idea to get one. Why? The 360Cities app has a motion-sensitive panorama viewer that allows you to move around in the interactive panoramas just by moving your Windows 8 phone.

And there are more features you will find useful too:

– View the best, most popular, most recent and nearest panoramas to your current location.

Comment on panoramas and read what others have to say about them.

Save all your favorite panoramas in your account, so you can easily find your desired pano later on (ideal if you plan to travel somewhere).

Search for panoramas anywhere in the 360Cities World Map: take a virtual tour of pretty places and travel from city to city with ease.

 

 

In addition, 360Cities panoramas are also part of the Windows 8 Travel app and some of the best images from 360Cities are featured on Bing.com homepage from time to time. We’re proud that 360Cities content lives in the Windows ecosystem and can be viewed by users of the new version of our app,  Windows, Bing.com.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank the Windows 8 team and the 360Cities photographer community for continuing to build an awesome panoramic world.

The 360Cities Team