The HTC EVO 3D has been out for just under two months now, and developers are hard at work figuring out ways to share 3D photos with others. Some of you have simply been sharing 2D copies of 3D photos with your non-EVO 3D-owning friends, while others have used a new app called TwinPic, which functions as a Gmail-MMS hybrid of sorts.
Phereo 3D is a new-comer to the scene, allowing users to view and share 3D photos taken with the EVO 3D. It functions similarly to Picasa or Flickr, except it focuses exclusively on stereoscopic 3D images. Phereo 3D allows users to browse through thousands of previously-submitted 3D pictures and to upload their own.
Creating a new account is quick and easy, and will allow you to mark certain 3D photos as your favorites and upload your own pictures to share with others. If you choose not to register, you are still able to view recent uploads and staff pics, as well as search for specific files.
This seems like a promising contender in the new world of 3D photo sharing, and I can’t wait to see what kinds of new features might be included in future updates. You can grab Phereo 3D for free in the Android Market.