Pano, the popular application to take panoramic shots with your iPhone, has been updated to include support for tap-to-focus and exposure points. Even though the developers of Pano are promising a huge update is coming soon (perhaps with iPad 2 support and a revamped user interface?), this new version is worth mentioning as it adds a functionality requested by several Pano users in the past. As you take your pano shots, you can tap on screen to set the squares for exposure and focus. It works like in Camera+ or the default Camera app, and it’s a great addition to Pano.
Many users still prefer Pano to most recent alternatives like Occipital’s 360 to take panoramic photographs with their iPhones. While Occipital’s app lets you create your pano shot by just waving the iPhone around, Pano works by snapping a series of pictures and then blending them together in the processing section.