Qt Pano Apps: Nokia Panorama Updated. Try with Pano Wallpaper. Both free at Ovi Store

| April 16, 2011 | 14 Replies

Fahoum has tipped that a new version of Nokia Panorama is available at Ovi Store.

“there is a new version of “nokia panorama” app, you can find it in the
ovi store.
it updates from version 2.0 to 2.05. havent found any major differece
but it works ok, still a bit unstable thou…”

The previous Ovi Store number  51690 is now replaced with 112209. Also, in the provided screenshots, there now seems to be an option to enable autofocus or not. The view finder view also has reorganised buttons. But upon installation from Ovi Store app, I see no change. Maybe it still has 51690 and I’m just reinstalling that.

REQUEST: I’d like the option to turn flash off. I know that assists to even out exposures in low light, but it prevents night panos being taken (where flash would have absolutely NO help whatsoever).

Oh question: Has this app always been in Qt? There’s that 13mb one time download thingy that indicates Qt apps.

I love Nokia Panorama app. Check out this post using the Panorama app and the Nokia N8.

Pano Wallpaper

Also, this is a cool related app that would partner well with Nokia Panorama (though it doesn’t need it) is Pano Wallpaper

Install it, select a photo. The app automatically splits it into three different photos. Save it. Then pick those photos for each homescreen.

Admittedly, it works a lot better should you have the Nokia Astound/X7/E6/Symbian Anna,PR2.0 that has draggable wallpaper as then you will notice they’re stitched together (where as current method just fades one background into another). It’s a little slow though if you have lots of images stored on your phone and there’s no way to quickly switch to a folder as it brings up its own gallery.

Pano Wallpaper has an option to switch orientation (landscape pano wallpaper) which will be much more useful if you use a panoramic picture taken by Nokia Panorama. Though you don’t need it (and wallpapers would still rotate regardless).


Category: Applications, Nokia, Nseries, Symbian

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