The iPhone's panorama mode in the stock camera is cool and all, but it's pretty limited since you can only go side-to-side and not up-and-down as well. Similar to Android's Photo Sphere feature, there's an iPhone camera app called Photosynth that allows you to take complete 360-degree panoramas in all directions.
The app is made by Microsoft, and despite that fact, it actually plays nicely with iOS, allowing users to save photosynths to their Camera Roll quickly and easily. Plus, you can crop and edit photosnyths directly in the app before saving them, and you can also share photosynths to various social networks within the app.
Photosynth is a free download available in the iTunes App Store, and it's the perfect iPhone alternative to Android's Photo Sphere.
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