If I lived somewhere more mountainous or traveled more, I’d probably pay for it.
Tried the trial run. Locations were almost a full 180 degrees off
Now when you're on a peak, it's asking you to login and claim a peak. Don't care about this. Please disable this by default. It's actually making me want to delete the app and buy another. It's gone to inapp purchases. Sad.
I had a problem with the app. My issues were completely fixed in the update today. They also sent me the most helpful video. Fantastic customer and really cool app.
New release fixed all issues
I have the free version. The mountains came up but the print was so small I couldn’t read it.
We are having a problem with the peaks moving around a lot, so not to accurate. Adirondacks
This app was giving me the names of peaks that were 400 miles from where I was in Colorado. It’s not easy to read either. I just had a rough time with it.
I’ve been backpacking in the mountains for about 30 years using Maps then handheld GPS and phone enabled GPS, and I just added this product to my quiver. I really like it a lot. The core functionality is that it lets you superimpose the horizon line and the names of peaks onto your phone screen when you have your camera viewfinder enabled. This works well and I have learned the names of a lot of features that I have been looking at for years without knowing what they are called. You can download these photos with the labels on them. You can also upload a picture and The app will add labels— assuming the photo is geotagged. The final feature that I will mention is the virtual terrain mode, which allows you to “see over” ridges. All this has really added to my understanding of the mountains that I backpack in southern Idaho. Highly recommend.
Many would like to use the app manually with location services turned off, giving the ability to research and explore. This app is completely inoperable unless it is turned on.