You can look up the names of all mountains and peaks in a 360 degree panoramic AR view. All functions including offline data can be used for free. - It has data from about 400,000 peaks around the world. - It uses three-dimensional coordinates and a gyroscope to display the name at the peak, even if you tilt the camera. The display makes it easy to check. - The three-dimensional terrain is displayed semi-transparently, so it is easy to compare it with the actual shape of the mountain and check the location of the peak. - When you point your iOS device downward, the view switches to a 3D view looking down from the sky. - You can check the names of the terrain and mountains that can be seen from any location specified on the map. - You can take a photo with the name of the peak and share it via SNS or email. - Swiping the AR display up, down, left, or right allows you to adjust the position of the peak name display. - It is possible to adjust the position of the peak name display after the picture is taken. - You can import photos taken with another app and add the peak name. - All the features are free! ※ If the direction is not correct (e.g. it always shows North), if your iOS device has a cover on it If there is a sensor in the case, please remove it. The metal or magnet on the cover may interfere with the sensor and cause it to malfunction.
This app is awesome - and they seemed to have added new features which give you overpays of what the mountians are supposed to look like - so you can adjust to get PERFECT registration in the AR view. I was also surprised when it knew where the moon was - and even gave me an overview as to where it would be later on! An absolute MUST HAVE for hikers, mountaineers and sight-seers!!!!
The family and I travel across America for my job. We often wondered what mountains are around us. It works good. Thank you.
Great idea. Wrong name for local peak. It started spinning like crazy now it's stuck. No instructions. Now it works - sort of but shows a bunch of little hills in the foreground when what I want is in the background. Needs to be able to select elevations... only show me mountains above 5,000, or 6,000, or 7,000 feet, etc. or be able to have a rangefinder: only show mountains in the distance.
It took a long time using the app to figure out that the closest hill to me was called Rattlesnake. Even then I questioned it because of how unintuitive the design of the app is. What prompted me to rate then delete the app do good was pointing it at Mt. Rose here locally in Reno and it not even acknowledging that it was even there while it trying to identify mountains that were much farther away.
The compass spins...like on its own and if you touch the screen it spins, so you have no idea what you’re looking at. The “compass calibration” setting doesn’t do anything. If you don’t know exactly what direction you’re facing, or you can’t line it up with the compass, this app is completely useless!
Developed by Noriyoshi Tsunashima.
AR Map World Peaks is ranking in Navigation & Sports
Last update was at May 23, 2021and the current version is 3.12.
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AR Map World Peaks have a 117a user reviews.