Mobile app maker Debacle Software has released its popular Pano panoramic image taking app for the Windows Phone platform.
The Pano app, available from the Windows Phone Marketplace, costs $2.99 and is available in all countries where Marketplace has a presence, reports Engadget. The app, first launched for the iPhone back in 2008, has more than 500,000 Android and iPhone users.
The award winning application uses image matching and blending algorithms technology to create a single wide-angle panoramic shot using up to 16 photographs on the users' mobile device.
"There is nothing we like more than bringing Pano to more people," said Debacle 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."
The company said the app had been designed to take advantage of the Metro user interface that people have come to love on the Windows Phone platform.
The platform would need amazing apps like this to engage new and existing users. Microsoft said during the CES that the Windows Phone Marketplace had more than 50,000 apps with 300 new ones being adding every day.