Now that you can post multiple photos at once to Instagram, people are starting to take advantage of the feature. If you crop a large panorama seamlessly, you can post the different segments as multiple photos and get a swipeable panorama.
The resulting image looks like this. By swiping left and right you can view the whole image.
While you can make your own swipeable panorama with any image editor, it takes a bit of time to get right. The simplest way is to use an app dedicated to the purpose. There are a few out there and, fair warning, most of them aren’t great.
The best app I’ve found is InSwipe for Android. You can cut photos into up to 10 pieces, and the app doesn’t add a watermark.
On iOS, your choice is harder. Swipeable makes it easier to remove the watermark the app ties to your image, but the app won’t let you control how many pieces…
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