Our Top Pick : Teliportme.com
Share Unlimited 360 photos for free using TeliportMe.com.
If you’re equipped with a 360 camera like Insta360, Ricoh Theta, Trisio, etc., TeliportMe stands as an ideal choice with its seamless integration capabilities.
TeliportMe’s mobile application flawlessly synchronizes with major 360 cameras, allowing you to capture and upload your immersive experiences in just 3 simple steps. Additionally, it supports the highest resolution display, accommodating DSLR cameras up to 32K (paid).
To effortlessly share 360 photos using the TeliportMe.com website at no cost, follow our step-by-step guideRead Guide
If you are looking for more options, below is a list of 9 more 360 photo sharing apps and sites.
- Facebook (Free, supports both photos and videos). In 2020, Facebook pushed out a new interface that unfortunately had poor support for 360 photos, which now appear small.
- Google Photos. (Free, Android; iOS; browser). Google Photos will recognize 360 photos and videos and present them as such. As with Street View, it wasn’t designed as a social media platform, so it doesn’t have likes or comments. In fact, unless you share a photo with someone else (e.g. Facebook or Twitter), only you will see it. I use Google Photos a lot, especially to upload photos to the cloud to save space on my phone.
- Kuula (Free & Paid – browser, Gear VR). Can show your 360 photo in a spherical view or tiny planet view. Pro subscription required for some features.
- Momento360 (Free & Paid, browser, Gear VR; both photos and videos). Momento360 is a way to share your 360 photos and videos privately. It is less of a social media app for exploration, and more like a 360 photo and video hosting and sharing service.
- 360 Cities (Free & Paid, browser; supports both photos and videos). Most of the 360 photos on appear to be high-resolution 360 panoramas captured with a panoramic head, as opposed to those taken by a 360-degree camera. Photos uploaded to 360 Cities can be licensed.
- 360player.io (Free & Paid, browser). 360player.io is different from the other options here. It is not so much a photo sharing service per se, but a way to host 360 photos and embed them in your webpage. In that regard, it is somewhat similar to Google’s VR View but simplifies the process. Thank you very much to Etienne Leroy of V360 video editing app for adding this to the list.
- Panotica (Free & Paid, browser). Thanks to Radek for adding this to the list!
- Theta360.com:(Free & Paid, browser) This is the sharing platform mostly focused for the Theta camera, does not have too many features tho.
- Panoraven.com: (Free & Paid, browser) Simple functionality and has a great UX for quick and fast sharing tho the speed of loading is very slow sometimes.
Some older platforms that are not functional anymore but were part of this list before
- Google Streetview (Android; iOS; browser). Yes we all use Street View for its maps, but it is also a way of sharing 360-degree photos. In terms of exposure, your 360 photo will probably get more views on Street View than on any other platform (unless you already have many followers on that platform). However, Street View wasn’t designed as a social platform for 360 photos, so it’s missing some of the components that we expect from a social media platform such as likes or comments. It also has no real place for 360 photos of friends or family, unless there is a map location that you want to associate the photo with (probably wouldn’t want to upload photos of parties at your house).
- Presence VR (iOS; Android). Thank you very much to Joey Cathey for adding this to the list!
- Gala360app.com (Android; Google Daydream; Gear VR; supports 3D 360). Thank you very much to John Holt for adding this to the list! John says the list is carefully curated, so it’s intended only for your best work. John also said they give out $360 prizes from time to time for excellent pano sets.
- VRapp.co (browser; supports photos and videos). Thank you very much to Frederic Sidler for adding this to the list!
- InPatium (browser). Primarily for virtual tours.
- Vizor.io (browser). Build virtual tours and WebVR experiences by drag and drop.
- Kolivri (supports both photos and videos). A big thank you to Bruno Devolder for adding InPatium, Vizor,io and Kolivri to the list!
- Mapillary (browser). This is similar to Google Maps, but is open source. Thank you very much to Adam D for adding this to the list!
- Lookabout (iOS). Lookabout is a new 360 photo sharing app that aims to be like Instagram for 360 photos. It is currently available only for iOS but an Android version is in the works. You can download it from the iOS App Store for free.
Do you know of any other platforms that I missed ?
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