Visit the special Panotour Pro 2.0 page to discover the new features of this version.
When will the public beta be available?
Our team is still fixing some bugs reported during the private beta stage. If no major bug arises in the coming weeks, we expect a first public beta to be ready by the end of September. Of course, we’d like this public beta to be as stable and usable as possible, this is why it is so important to take time to hunt and fix as many bugs as possible.
Can I already try Panotour Pro 2.0?
A private beta is currently available. Private means it is reserved to well-informed public used to testing software that is still under development. If you’d like to apply for a private beta access, contact us and request access. We advise you not to join this beta program if you’re a beginner in virtual tour creation or if you’re not used to trying software that is under development. The current version of Panotour Pro 2.0 is still buggy and the aim of this beta program is to find the bugs and solve them before the final release.
When will the final version be released?
However precise our roadmap is, we’re dependent on the bugs that will inevitably arise during the beta stage. To avoid any disappointment, we prefer not to communicate any date for the final release. We know there is a huge expectation on this piece of software and we do our best to match two goals at the same time: release the final version as quickly as possible while providing a software application that is stable and that you’ll be able to use serenely.
Do I need to wait for the final release or should I just use the beta right now?
As you may know, we’re already selling the licenses for version 2 on the Kolor Store. This lets you unlock the demo mode of the private beta and use it as registered software. So if you’re happy with the private beta, you can already use it in your work. If you prefer to wait for the first public beta, you’ll still be able to buy a license and register your software at that moment. The application will get more and more stable as we approach the final release, so you don’t really need to wait for the release to begin using it.