QuickPano is a viewer for cubic and cylindrical panoramas, and now QuickTime Object files. It lets you import QuickTimeVR files or Equi-rectangular panorama images onto your iDevice, (iPhone or iPad), through iTunes or Dropbox or email, and view them on your iDevice. It has various viewing modes, including alignment of the panorama with the iDevice, giving a really intuitive interface to the panoramic view.
-QuickTimeVR Cubic, Cylindrical and Object
-Equi-rectangular panorama images
-Alignment to iDevice
-Qtvr file association, allowing opening of email or web-linked qtvr files.
-Support for external projector or monitor.
-Sort panoramas into folders
-Watermark panoramas with your logo
Please note: "hotspots" are not currently supported.
NOTE: The QuickTimeVR file format can store the panorama images in a variety of formats like Jpeg or Png. QuickPano supports the most commonly used formats, and we are endeavouring to support the less commonly used ones too. If you are unsure which format is being used in the files you want to visualise, please send us a sample and we can test for compatibility prior to purchase.
Please remember to leave us a review. If you wish, you can send us feedback directly, we reply to every email sent to us.
If you experience any problems or bugs in the app, please email us your device information, which iOS version you are running, and we will fix it asap.
Google Cardboard VR support
Update to new Dropbox SDK
Other bug fixes and optimisations
Ratings and Reviews
Amazing App... Truly works for my QVTR files!
Prior to purchasing app, I asked the developers if this app would read my QVTR FILES, as I draw in 3D, and then wanted a viewer to see this on my iOS phone, iPad, iPod. They immediate answered a YES, and I downloaded it. This app works on all devices, and I use it for all my 3D drawings I make for my Event Planning business! Great app... Thx a lot!!!!!! Mosaic Event Planners, Aruba.
Nice app for panoramas - new version seems to be incomplete
I used the last version and liked it.
Today I downloaded the actual version update and it seems, there are functions missing.
A good start for a new app
Very excited about this app because I create virtual reality panoramas on vacations and the iPad cannot display them. The feature that ties into the compass adds a whole new dimension versus just viewing virtual reality panoramas on a desktop (or manual panning). For those of you who like Starwalk will love this app because you can view your own virtual reality panoramas the same way. Only gave this three stars because it seems like a beta and has some glitches. This is a very new app, so hopefully the developer will take feedback and fix the glitches. Here are my suggestions 1) Above all, please fix the app's stability. It crashes way too often. 2) For panoramas that are only 360 degrees and not 360x180 virtual realities, the field of view should be fixed so that the zenith/nadir are not visible (this can be fixed for viewing by adjusting some of the options, but an automatic feature would be nice). 3) An option like auto rotation would be nice so you could use your iPad as a picture frame that continuously pans. 4) E-mailing the panoramas to the iPad is a bit of a pain. It's also not convenient to import from the Photos app. Perhaps a special folder that you can download from your hard drive when you sync., especially considering how large some of thse files can be.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.