KitKat brought a multitude of changes to our favorite operating system, including some that pertain to the photo editor and the improved Photo Sphere app.
A panoramic photo reportedly taken with a Galaxy Note 3 version has been spotted on Picasa, suggesting that Samsung may finally unveil its own S Orb panorama mode, which will be available on the handset.
Google, continuing in the spirit of surreptitious, over-the-air core app updates in lieu of new Android firmware, completed its global rollout of Google Play Services 3.2 today.
Google has now introduced a new Photo Sphere web widget that makes it easy to display the images across the web. How does it work? Read on to find out.
A new rumor says that Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 will be the first smartphone to pack the S Orb panorama camera feature, with other devices getting it later down the road.
The Galaxy S4 is rumored to feature its own Photo Sphere-like panoramic mode called Samsung Orb.
You can’t wait for Android 4.2 Jelly Bean to be released, can you? That probably goes double for Nexus devices owners – we’re thinking that November 13, or thereabouts, is when we’ll see the latest Android version hit some of the Nexus devices out there, including the Nexus 7, Galaxy Nexus and Nexus S.
The hype surrounding Android 4.2 has indeed been warranted. As we continue to explore the new iteration to the Android OS, new features and improvements continue to be revealed. The latest revelation has been Photo Sphere. This 360-degree panoramic shooting mode is like no other you have seen. Android 4.2 Jelly Bean now allows you to snap pictures in every direction while the stitching is automatically done for you.