Don’t we just love Photo Spheres – when done right that is. The inability to create decent photo spheres has been a stumbling block for many, and may be one of the reasons why Photo Spheres aren’t mainstream yet.
However, in order to make things easier for you, Google has enabled a new Google+ feature that enables you to convert your DSLR 360-degree panoramas into interactive photo spheres.
Evan Rapoport, a product manager with Google Maps notified users of the this newest feature via a blog post on his personal Google+ profile –
The latest feature to be made available highlights Google’s attempt to make Android all-inclusive. Only recently Google had made available its Camera App for all devices running Android 4.4 KitKat on the Play Store.
Nick Summers from TNW rightly says that “measures such as these could nurture a higher volume of panoramic images moving forward.”
So, what are you waiting for? Go ahead and see if you can find the above mentioned feature!