One of the reasons smartphone 3D features die so quickly was the inability to share your experience with anyone else. Hooray, you captured this thing in 3D. Now what? For the most part, there was no response.

Sharing a 360 degree video doesn’t have the same problem. In fact, you are spoiled for choice. With Facebook and YouTube supporting 360 video and almost every 360 camera maker offering their own hosting for the images and videos you create, choosing where to host and share your 360 videos is becoming more and more rewarding. . You want your viewers to have, and less about the video itself.

Here’s a look at a video taken with a 360fly camera that has been uploaded to Facebook, YouTube, and the 360fly video service to see what best suits your needs.