What are the best Photo Apps for Windows Phone

Panorama photo apps

This is the age of selfies when it comes to mobile and smartphones. You are obviously always on the hunt of such photo apps that can give you a panoramic shot of your click. Do not be surprised if you come to know that Windows phone does have panoramic  capturing enabled apps, where you can swiftly take panoramic pictures or elongated photos without the need of any special skills or equipment. Here find below the best photo apps for your windows phone

Turn Me

This is a free app at Microsoft store for you to download. With this app you will be able to look at your panoramic images in a different way.  Select your own panoramic image then simply turn around. This panorama image viewer uses the compass, accelerometer and gyroscope to bring you inside the picture. It also integrates directly into the photo hub.

Auto Panorama

AutoPanorama is a free app that gives you total control over images. It provides a transparent layer of previous images, which you can align with the next screenshot to create the perfect panoramic photo. This, of course, requires you to have steady hands while capturing the image. However, it also results in a better image alignment.

Auto Panorama takes = no time to stitch the images to form your panorama. It also comes with functions like transparency-level adjustment, flash mode on/ off and red-eye reduction. There is also a plan for automatic picture-taking capability in the next iteration. You can save panoramas to the camera roll, upload them on Facebook or send them to friends via email/ text.


Pano is not a free app costing you AU$3.69 or US$2.99 lets you unleash the photographer in you. Already an award-winning iOS app, it now comes to the Windows Phone community. Pano lets you take 360-degree panoramas with up to sixteen photos to stitch. It also provides a semi-transparent guide to align each photo perfectly – the end result is something you want to brag about.

Advanced alignment, blending and the colour correction algorithm ensure that you get near-perfect quality photos in all kinds of exposure. The absence of transparency control is an impediment when you take panoramic screenshots in an outdoor environment. Remember it takes a while for the stitching to complete.


In this free app instead of stitching the images automatically, it places them in a 3D space from where you can pick and stitch them to create a 360-degree panorama.

It also serves as a Panoramic image viewer. You can export images to Photo Hub or share them on Facebook, Flickr etc. Overall, Ztitch is a decent application that serves the purpose.

Among other panorama apps Samsung Photo Studio is a dedicated photography app for Samsung Windows Phone users. It comes with heaps of options along with the capability to take Panoramic pictures.

Also Microsoft’s exclusive product, Lumia Creative Studio is by far the best app that exists in Windows Phone ecosystem. It has an abundance of filters and effects to make your photo stand out from the crowd. It also offers the panorama image capturing function. You are also given an option to either share it via social networking sites or save them to the phone’s internal memory.

HTC has an in-built panorama tool integrated into the main camera app. It provides a horizontal line as a separator between two consecutive shots. There are no settings to play with. It will stitch three consecutive images to turn into a panorama then it will be saved into Pictures Hub automatically. From there, you can share it with social networking sites or save it to SkyDrive.

Another app from Microsoft is the DMD Panorama app that lets you capture and share panoramas in just seconds. It’s easy to use and its fun interface will change the way you take photos. Well now you find which is best for your windows phone according to your requirement and download it on your device and enjoy taking shots.