Google released its Photo Sphere Camera app for iPhone users a few months back with the ability to capture 360º images right from your device and share them over social media or even Google Maps.

Photo Sphere Camera can also be used without ever publishing images anywhere or sharing photo spheres with anyone, so today Google added tabs to the app’s library separating public and private photos.

The updated version also focuses on iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus users with output resolution improvements for users with Apple’s latest shooters. Blending and low-light capture when using the new iPhones has also been added.

Version 1.1 of Photo Sphere Camera for iPhone is rolling out on the App Store now. Capturing 360º photo spheres requires the iPhone 4s or higher.

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