Facebook introduces 360-degree photos feature inside its app

Facebook introduces 360-degree photos feature inside its app

Facebook has just added a new captivating feature and it is the ability to capture a 360 degree pictures starting today, both the iOS and Android versions of the Facebook app without requiring a third-party app or camera.

The process resembles how you create panoramas in your phone’s camera app.

To create 360-degree photos inside the Facebook app, scroll to the top of the News Feed and tap the “360 Photo” button. Then slowly spin around for a full turn, all while keeping the the graphic centered in the middle. When it’s finished, you can pick the “starting point” for the photo and publish it. You can even set it as your cover photo.

Facebook introduces 360-degree photos feature inside its app

Since that capture process isn’t instantaneous, the update only applies to 360-degree photos for now. While Facebook supports 360-degree videos, you’ll still need to shoot those with a camera like the Samsung Gear 360, Insta360, or Nikon KeyMission 360, and upload them separately.

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