Yes, the new iPhone 5 you got for Christmas is pretty cool, but can it dance?
One of the iPhone 5's most useful features is the Panorama camera mode, which lets you take 240-degree photos. CNET reports that the new app, Cycloramic, takes that idea one step further—by using the iPhone's vibration and sensors to spin the device 360 degrees while taking video.
You'll need a flat, hard surface, and older phones won't work. The app will cost you 99 cents at the app store, but that's a small price to pay to show off your phone's moves.
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