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Description

Effortlessly shoot, share and discover 360 photos and videos, or go live in 360 on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and other platforms.
1. Use your Nano to shoot pictures and videos.
2. Browse and edit what you capture, and discover the best shots from the community.
3. Share your 360 photos and video with one touch on social media.
4. Go live in 360 with integrated support for Facebook, YouTube and Periscope/Twitter; or choose your own platform with a few simple steps.

What’s New

Version 2.6.3

Routine bug fixes and user experience improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

2.6 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

Angry Arlo consumer ,

Don’t buy if u upgrade phones regularly

Just update from iPhone 8 to 10, does work at all know. On the 8 it’s did work but the interface was clunky and often hung.

Fish winning ,

Beginniner 360

So far so good--BUT--find the paper named Insta360Nano Information and read it first. It says to download the manual (I just plugged it into my iPhone and used it, and now I have a problem with it disconnecting that I have to work out, but it was because I missed that one paper!) First things first--such as, maybe you should charge it first, because it used up a lot of power from my phone. I got good photos while it lasted and had fun playing with it. I held it out to the side--but it still put me in the photo too, which I was trying to avoid. I don't know how, but it figures out how to get your eyes focused even when you move them around some. When it takes a shot it makes a little noise the entire time it is working so you know that something is happening. The little earth photos have more to them than it looks like, so be sure to poke them and move them around--it's a bit trippy. Overall I like how it works and it is pretty intuitive. One downside is that I had to remove my phone protector to plug it in. Now that I've read some of the information and looked online--the attachments make it useful in a wide variety of situations--there are things to hold it onto a helmet, surfboard, skateboard, car roof, etc. so that you could stick it onto something and then move with it recording video of that trip. Skiing might be really interesting to try. I can't wait for the scuba cover!

Jeorgecorpuz ,

360 nano

Long time i didnt use my camera but then when we go hike and i brought my nano when i try to capture some pics didnt work it says disconnected but its plugin to my iphone 7plus

App Privacy

The developer, Shenzhen Arashi Vision Co., Ltd., has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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