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Just wanted to draw your attention on a small website for easy Photosphere viewing I created a few days ago:
What is PhotosphereViewer.net?
We provide a service to view one of Android's latest and most exciting features: Photospheres. Photospheres are 360° panoramic photographs which can be viewed interactively on your mobile phone, tablet, Google Plus and Google Maps, whereas the two last-mentioned ways of viewing Photospheres are only available if you upload your photos onto Google's servers.
Personally, I don't like to share everything with Google, especially in times of PRISM. That's one of several reasons why I built this website:
- I wanted to be able to view Photospheres regardless of Google's services.
- To view them anywhere at any time.
- Even without an Android device.
- To view other people's Photospheres without copying them on a mobile device.
- And to give users running older Android versions the chance to view Photospheres as well.
How does it work?
This website is based on the amazing work of Joe "kennydude" Simpson, who developed a way to display Android Photospheres in your browser with ease. PhotosphereViewer.net is wrapped around his efforts, making it easy for everyone to enjoy fascinating Photospheres within a few seconds. All my thanks go to him, I just made it look a bit nicer and made it available for everyone within a few seconds.
Will my Photospheres be stored on your server?
No! We do not save any of your data. No files, no EXIF data, no porn bookmarks. ;-)
The Photosphere images are loaded locally in your browser's cache, that's it.
Is this a free service?
Yes, enjoy it and spread the word!
How does it work?
Simply watch this video:
That's it, hope you'll ilke it.
Step by, visit: PhotosphereViewer.net // Easy, fast and secure online viewer for Android Photospheres