The iPhone’s panorama apps let you stitch together images right on the camera. They’re fun, they’re a breeze to use, and the results are nothing short of spectacular. As a general rule, you want to stay in one spot when creating a panorama; after taking one shot, rotate the camera, aiming for an overlap of a quarter to a third of the image between shots. Each of these three apps has its own way of generating panoramas, and the results are distinctive, too.
AutoStitch Panorama (Cloudburst Research; $2.99) assembles photos from your Camera Roll or Photo Library into a panorama. Rather than having smooth edges, AutoStitch ...