23.99 a year. Really? How’s that working for you? Cut it in half and MAYBE i’d consider paying a subscription.
You get almost nothing for your money.
Update: The developer has explained that the data is necessarily large but that it can be pre-downloaded at home to save data quota. Since that was my only complaint I've upped my rating to 5-stars. Users on a measured plan should understand that the the app will pull a lot of data in the field if it hasn't been previously downloaded. It really is quite amazing at identifying peaks - point and shoot! - and I feel bad about dissing it. But in 3 or so minutes, over a less than 30 degree segment of the horizon, it just blew through my - admittedly low, 100MB - entire monthly data allowance. This won't be a barrier for most people but those light-users on a measured plan, as I am, should know upfront: expect a hefty download to do what it does.
This seems like a really cool app but it simply doesn’t work. I am unable to drag the mountain contours to align with the actual mountains.
little functionality without subs
It says I need the pro version to use it more than once a day but it hasn’t been used yet.
This app is ridiculously hard to use.
An excellent app for learning the names of visible mountains in your vicinity. The app is easy to use and offers an outline of the peaks you’re viewing that can be moved and aligned with the camera image of the peaks to accurately position the labels on each mountain. If you live near mountains, this is a must-have app. It’s intuitive to use and saves photos of the peaks you label for review later. The only drawback is that the free version can only be used in one area per day. If you’re moving through several locations in a day (e.g. driving for an hour or more through several sets of mountains) you need to subscribe to the Pro version of the app.
Joined the freemium model, gross
This app is really useful, not only when hiking up in the mountains but also when just driving around. It labels the mountains wherever we are, even above the cloud. It’s a cool up.