Everyone I know was taking panorama in a recent trek: painstakingly moving their iPhones in a straight line for 40 seconds to take those perfect shots. Even the Android folks were doing something similar. For the last two years, I’ve taken panoramas without doing this tough act.
All I do is hold my phone, take a series of separate pictures with some overlapping areas, and forget about them. When I’m back on WiFi, Google Photos stitches these shots into a beautiful panorama after removing common parts. Take a look at the image below that conveys what I mean.