I’ve been using AutoStitch on my iPhone for a long time, and the iPad version was released earlier today. I’m excited. Not just because it’s now available, but also because one of my photos was used for a screenshot!
Sample images created with AutoStitch Panorama. I took the vertical one of Radio City Music Hall while in NYC.
Some of the highlights from the full description are the ability to create up to 36 MB images, sharing projects with iPhone version of AutoStitch, and the great word…simplicity. This app really does make it simple when you want to stitch shots together.
AutoStitch creates the highest quality panoramas available on your iPad. It is the only app that stitches full-resolution photos taken in any arrangement into seamless high-resolution panoramas.
AutoStitch allows you to stitch any photos in your photo albums. Photos can be taken with the AutoStitch camera, with any other camera app, or even imported from another camera.
The built-in StitchGuide viewfinder makes it easy to capture exactly the scene that you want. The augmented reality interface elegantly displays the positions where previous images have been taken, making it easy to line up your next photo precisely.
For those that have AutoStitch for iPhone, the iPad version complements it perfectly. You can capture shots on the go with your phone, then transfer your projects to the iPad to view them on the larger screen. You can even re-stitch them at twice the maximum resolution, up to 36 megapixels.
● Simple and intuitive interface. Just choose or snap images and tap “Stitch”
● Choice of resolutions up to 36 megapixels for poster-quality prints (iPad2 or newer)
● All source images are retained, so you can change stitch options later
● Crop the result with automatic or manual cropping
● Includes StitchGuide augmented-reality viewfinder (iPad2 or newer)
● Stitch photos taken with any other camera or app
● Share your creations via email, Facebook, or Twitter
One of the big differences between AutoStitch and the built in panorama feature on the iPhone is that this lets you stitch the photos you’ve taken which are properly exposed. The built in panorama locks in the exposure and doesn’t change as you pan around. The ‘stitches’ with AutoStitch are amazingly seamless in most situations.
As I’ve said, I’ve been using the iPhone version for a long time. I always use it when I want to stitch some photos together. The new iPad version is a great addition to the AutoStitch family.
AutoStitch Panorama for iPad is currently $2.99.
And for the iPhone users:
AutoStitch Panorama for iPhone is currently $1.99.