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Default Best panorama taking app?

Which apps that take great panorama pictures would you recommend? It doesn't matter if I have to pay

The stock camera app takes low res panoramas, around 3 MP , the colors are washed out/weird , it's awful, just like the stock camera app itself, I mean, really google no 16:9 6 MP picture option? No 60 fps 1080p video? No burst mode? I could go on and on ...
 
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Which apps that take great panorama pictures would you recommend? It doesn't matter if I have to pay

The stock camera app takes low res panoramas, around 3 MP , the colors are washed out/weird , it's awful, just like the stock camera app itself, I mean, really google no 16:9 6 MP picture option? No 60 fps 1080p video? No burst mode? I could go on and on ...
I too want a better app...XD
 
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My favorite is Cycloramic. Very good panoramas!

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What about spherical pictures?
The N5 cam does a bad job of stitching them together... Any suggestions?
 
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try ProCapture
I didn't even bother downloading it, gingerbread style... what are devs thinking?? , thanks for trying tough
 
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I dont Use this type apps.. But want to know for future...
 
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What about spherical pictures?
The N5 cam does a bad job of stitching them together... Any suggestions?
Someone correct me if I'm wrong but I'm pretty sure the stock app is the only one that does photosphere. I know Focal had some sort of spherical photo but I don't know how well it works. Anyway, photosphere stitches it well for me. Have you tried holding the phone in one place and simply tilting it? It won't work if if you just wave your phone around everywhere.
 
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noticed too the stock camera is terrible at panoramas... bad stitching and really low res...

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