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Google VR camera app lands for iOS, adds sharing features

Google Cardboard Camera lets you take VR photos, and a new feature let's you easily share them.

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Now you can easily capture and share 3D panaromas.

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The Google Cardboard Camera app is now free to download for iOS in the Apple App Store with brand new, easy to use sharing features.

Previously only available on Android, Google Cardboard Camera lets you to take virtual-reality photos, also known as 3D panoramas, with sound. Follow that by popping your phone into a Cardboard viewer and you've got yourself the most immersive way to share vacation photos.

Sharing the photos taken with the app used to be tricky -- there was no way to upload and share with friends -- but Google solved that dilemma with the latest version. In iOS and Android, there's a new share button that generates a link to the VR photo. That link can then be shared via email, text, Twitter, Facebook and more for all of your friends and family to see.