CleVR Stitcher is an application that helps you with the creation of photo panoramas. The term "stitch" is used a lot in these graphics editing tools. Sticher combines several pictures into a single one to make a good-looking panorama. The app automatically detects where one picture overlaps with the next to combine it there and make a panorama as if it was a single picture.
CleVR Stitcher, unlike many similar application, actually allows you to upload your panoramas straight to the company's web servers, from where you can share it with friends or family.
I gave CleVR Stitcher a test by stitching five or so images that I took with a digital camera using a panorama assist feature, which sort of tells you what photo you have to take for a good panorama. Then, I loaded those images onto the application and started the stitching process. Overall, I am happy with the results, but in some parts of the final panorama, you can see how certain buildings are duplicated, and some others are blurry. Also, I noticed that this utility only works for one line, horizontal panoramas. If you take images below or above the initial point where you started taking photos, they won't be added to your panorama correctly, and, in fact, it will be ruined.
In short, as long as you take horizontal panoramas and are careful when you are taking pictures, CleVR Stitcher can be a nice tool.