The user interface of the app has also undergone a change to make it simpler and more in line with the Metro user interface of Windows Phone 7 platform.
The app puts together 16 wide angle pictures to create one seamless photograph. The user interface is quite simple and more in line with the Metro user interface of Windows Phone 7 platform.
"There is nothing we like more than bringing Pano to more people," said Debacle Software partner Julian Lepinski, "We've been working on this in secret for quite some time, and we're excited to finally get it out there into peoples' hands."
Eric Akaoka, Debacle Software partner and design lead, noted, "The Metro design language introduced in Windows Phone 7 is a radical, refreshing departure from the norm, and redesigning Pano's user interface to match was a rewarding challenge."
The app Pano will be available in all the countries where Windows Phone Marketplace is accessible. Notably, the app has won many awards including iLounge's Essential Apps for two consecutive years.
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