Google refreshes Photo Sphere Camera with better image quality, new library organization and more

Photo Sphere Camera 1.0 for iOS (iPhone screenshot 002)

Following its App Store debut four months ago, Google’s Photo Sphere Camera has been bumped to version 1.1.

The useful photography software which allows anyone with an iPhone 4s or higher to create panoramic images now features enhanced image quality when creating 360-degree images on an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus.

Additionally, the library view now separates private from public panoramas and the built-in map has been upgraded so that you can expand or contract it as needed.

Distinguishing between panoramas shared to Google Maps or Google’s Views service and those that have not been shared yet is now easier with the new Private and Public tabs in the library view.

If you own an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus, you should also notice improvements to blending and taking images in low-light situations.

Photo Sphere Camera 1.1 changelog:

  • Your library is now organized into two tabs, Private and Public, making it easier to keep track of your content.
  • Image quality is seeing a boost as we’ve improved blending, low–light photography, and the output resolution when shooting with an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus.
  • The map has been upgraded so that you can expand/contract it as needed.

The 23.5-megabyte app supports any iPhone from an iPhone 4s onward and requires iOS 7.0 or later.

Download Photo Sphere Camera free in the App Store.