Panotour - FAQ - Viewing the tour on a mobile
How can I view my tour on a mobile?
Our tours are meant to be viewed online. To view your tour on a mobile, all you have to do is embed your tour on a website, and access that website from your mobile.
You can also access the direct link to your tour from a mobile, as soon as you have hosted it on your webserver. For an example of hosting your tour on a webserver, see our tutorial on hosting your tour on Google Drive.
Can I view my tour offline on a mobile ?
The tour needs a web server to work properly.
- You can use
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- You can also consider using consider using
- You can place your exported tour into a local network, accessible from a local ip like
Why have some of the buttons of the tour's control bar disappeared on mobile and tablet devices ?
For better experience, Panotour generates a code which removes useless and/or unsupported buttons of the control bar generated for mobile and tablet devices.
Why can't my tour go fullscreen on my mobile?
Fullscreen is not supported in the HTML5 viewer on many mobiles. You can force the button to show up on your control bar, but it is not guaranteed to make the fullscreen work. See the releated forum post: http://www.kolor.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=91&t=21831&hilit=fullscreen+mobile See this page to see if your browser/device is compatible with the fullscreen API in the HTML5 player: http://caniuse.com/#feat=fullscreen
Why my transparent PNG doesn't appear on iPhone ?
8 bits PNG won't work. Use only 24 bits PNG files.
My tour is crashing on iPad
Due to memory limits, some big tour can be difficult to display on mobile/tablet devices. Reduce the size of images for galleries, the amount of pictures hotspots for a working tour.
LivePano, video spot and display a video action do not display properly on iPhone
On iPhones only, LivePano and video spots will be displayed in fullscreen mode and not seamlessly integrated into the sphere. The «Display a video» action will display the video in fullscreen.