Would love to see a lifetime option available
Had a 1 star rating because of the subscription change and thought I’d be losing offline access in a year. The developer made it clear, via email, that nothing changes, at all. So, for now, 5 stars. Great app, always love using it while out in the woods!
I bought the app with no expectations of having to pay for a subscription. Now we’re being told we have to pay for a subscription to receive all features. Buyer beware.
Disappointed that this detail was buried waaaay down in the end of the release notes. I hit "update" after reading the first couple paragraphs, now I'm deleting the app. Bye forever!
Buy once and own. PASA = People Against Subscription Apps 700,000 and growing. Add a worthy update, I’ll gladly pay for it. But to pay for the same app month after month is a rip off. Make me pay by country, gladly. $1.99 to scroll the Himalayas, no sweat. Heading to Ecuador to climb, instant purchase (and yes, I am). Would have been cool. Not going to happen. Let me buy areas of interest. But just to use all the same “Pro” features, forget it. Disappointed and Deleted
I am on vacation in Southern Utah and said, “wouldn’t it be nice to know what mountains and geographic features I am looking at?” Well guess what, questions answered. Thanks to the developers for such an amazing app. Could not be happier! Even used the teleport feature to go back to park I have already been, and identified mountains that I wondered about. Great product!
If you're not on a mountain adventure, you will find this app surprisingly useless and bland.
Awesome! Looking forward to the subscription fees 😑.
Just love the application. We live in a mountainous area and it’s wonderful to have this tool. It also very much enhanced our experience on a recent trip to Glacier/Waterton Lakes and Grand Teton National Parks. Unbelievable how much capability we have in such small devices these days. Great job to the development team!
I’ve used PeakFinder AR for close to 7 years (before there was decent AR) and only last summer decided to check out Peak Visor and wow. In the decade since early mountain and star identifying apps first made their appearance on the iPhone, apps like Peak Visor have taken the concepts and massively expanded upon them. For one, greater CPU power has allowed beautifully rendered graphics, and greater accuracy in the graphic overlay HUD that pops over the mountains. In Peak Finder, you had to open the “camera” function to see the tags over the actual mountains themselves which was a real pain. But even more incredible is the 3D map you can double-tap if you point your iPhone down. It’ll not only let you teleport anywhere in the world, but really let’s you explore topography that’s difficult to physically reach, with dozens upon dozen of mountain tags; even in the most remote parts of the British Columbia or south-eastern Al. You can also preemptively download vast swaths of the planet you expect to go exploring in before you arrive, so when you open up PV, it’ll instantly have a ton of data to give you. Coupling this app with Gaia/AllTrails and Google Earth has been real game changer for me, and even when I’m just driving down the interstate, if I see any mountains that catch my curiosity, I instinctively pull for this app. It’s become that integral to me. Perfect 5 stars, we’ll worth the cheap price.