With the latest feature included in the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean stock camera app of taking sphere photos it is necessary to know how to post these photos online or share them so that anybody can see the whole perspective shot in these collective images. For those who aren’t familiar with this photo capturing technique, it is a software that allows you to click 360o Panorama picture with multiple shots, it than helps in stitching the pictures all together to make one full 360 degree sphere photo which helps the photo viewer to see where the photographer actually was and what was around him.
Photo Sphere app takes Panorama photos to the next level, and actually gives the viewer a sense of being present on that location when viewing them. We have just posted about this stock Android camera app has been made available for all Android users by a team of developers who manage to pick it from the original Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS. If you are using Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich you can have this app installed on your Android phone. [ Link of the Stock camera Phone App]
Now shooting these images is easy but sharing or posting them online has been found difficult. Because top social media sites like Facebook , Twitter etc don’t support such images. Only platform left is Google maps or Google+ which is not much popular socially and mostly people don’t use it too often.
For this purpose we find a real cool site which has been made to upload such images with full metadata and location information. The site is SphereShare.net, beside the website this sphereshare has its own app available at Google Play store [Link]. It will make you share these images link on Facebook or twitter and your friends will have the same experience of viewing these images as these meant to be viewed.
The best thing about this site is that it allows to embed these pictures and use them on any platform, for example on your site or blog or any other platform which supports some J scripting. This site is totally free and also allows you to see thousands of photo spheres uploaded by users from all over the world along with its relevant location data.
We have grabbed some of the cool ones for you. Hope you will find them interesting. Stay tuned and do follow us on Twitter, Facebook or Google + to get more cool news, information and some latest tips n tricks.