Roundme has announced the official launch of its panoramic photography and virtual tour app on iOS devices, which allows users to browse panoramic photos in a network of “spaces.” The app connects panoramic images in such a way as to create virtual tours of locations, from hotels and restaurants to museums and more. The app launches alongside a variety of professionally-created virtual “spaces,” but users can add their own personal spaces as well.
In Roundme, users are first presented with a list of featured spaces, which can be browsed in a full 360 degree view. In some cases, a single space is connected to another, so users can move between rooms of a building, move further down a path, and so on. Each overall space can be accompanied by a description and exact geographic location marker, and users can “like” and comment on spaces they find interesting.
In addition to a featured feed of spaces, users can search for topics or locations, or add their own spaces by uploading their own panoramic images from their camera roll. Finally, users can browse popular user profiles within the app, following those they’d like to keep up with, and viewing the spaces those users have personally liked as well.
Roundme is available to download for free on the iTunes App Store.