The full version might be worth it for you!
James Avestruz write:
The full version simply removes ads, and adds 2 settings sliders. It also lets you save photos you take, but I never use that function.
The settings are as follows:
Speed: Turns up or down the sensitivity of the movement. Turning it up allows you to view extremely tall images properly, which could become a problem in the free version if you got crazy with the resolutions.
Sensibility: smoothness. A very welcome setting. You can dampen the movement if you've got shaky hands, or to help make higher sensitivities stay beautiful to look at. You can also turn it all the way off if you want an instant-feedback snappy response from the gyroscope.
I adored the free version, and decided to give the guy who made it a few cents. If you want to view huge images in a beautiful and entertaining way, check out the free version right away. If you want to get rid of ads, and get a few nice settings, drop a measly dollar on this impressive, simple and fast app.