The mountains are calling! Explore more mountains than any mountaineer! PeakFinder makes it possible… and shows the names of all mountains and peaks with a 360° panorama display. This functions completely offline - and worldwide! PeakFinder knows more than 850'000 peaks - from Mount Everest to the little hill around the corner. ••••••••• Winner of several prizes like 'Best of AppStore', 'App of the Week', … Highly recommended by macnewsworld.com, nationalgeographic.com, smokinapps.com, outdoor-magazin.com, themetaq.com, digital-geography.com, … ••••••••• ••• Features ••• • Works offline and worldwide • Includes more than 850'000 peak names • Overlays the camera image with the panorama drawing • Realtime rendering of the surrounding landscapes in a range of 300km/200mil • Digital telescope to select less prominent peaks • 'Show me'-function for visible peaks • Selection of the viewpoint by GPS, the peak directory or an (online) map • Can fly like a bird from peak to peak and vertically upwards • Shows the solar and lunar orbit with rise and set times • Uses compass and motion sensors • Daily updates of the peak directory • Does not collect any data. Your data is yours • Does not contain any recurring costs. You pay only once • Is free of advertising ••• Ratings ••• Every good rating (including those following updates) makes me happy. The positive ratings and reviews make it possible for me to continue to improve the app for you. Many thanks! ••• Support ••• In case of questions, problems, mistakes, missing mountain names and ideas for future expansion, I am happy to help you. Please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Incredibly easy to use. Accurate. They update app often. It just works! Thank You developers!
Love having this app when I’m out exploring and can identify peaks, especially when I’m seeing them from a new angle.
Update: I’ve deleted and reinstalled the app again. It seems to be working for the most part! I’ll see what happens when I travel next week. I saw a few posts about it getting “stuck” in a location. I think maybe that’s what mine is/was doing? Original: I don’t know what it is about this app but it’s never worked for me. I’m often in southern CO, northern AZ and southern NV and it’s laughably wrong. I’m currently in NV and it’s telling me peaks in Vegas are actually peaks from central CA! It’s like this all the time. It’ll tell the mountains in front of me are actually 10 mile behind me, etc. Yes, it’s updated. I’m using an iPhone 11 Pro, do not have a magnetic case, and all of my other apps that use GPS/compass work perfectly fine.
Love this app, but one request! It looks like the app uses GPS to find your location, but it assumes you are on the ground. Would it be possible to use either GPS altimeter or baro altimeter to approximate your actual altitude? I use this app from my plane when I’m flying and want to know what peak I’m looking at. But the perspective always assumes you are on the ground looking up at the peak. If it could adjust the perspective for the viewers actual altitude would be perfect!
I can’t recommend this app enough. It is incredibly functional and, after reviewing the clear and simple instructions on the developer website, easy to use. And it’s just plain fun for any level of explorer.
For when there’s not THAT GUY to tell everybody what they’re looking at.
This app is such a joy to use. I frequently find myself opening it up upon reaching a summit and using the camera overlay to identify all the visible peaks.
When I first got the app I thought it was great. After using it for a while it’s a pain in the brain. My PeakFinder “gets stuck” on a location (ie - New Zealand for example). When I returned to the US I could not get it to come back here. Every time I opened the app, it thought I was in New Zealand. I un installed and reinstalled it. That should fix it right? It did not. Unbelievable!! I open it a week later and it was back. Further, the app gets clocked a bit. The peak I am certain of that in front of me shows up 15 degrees to the right in the app. You can fix that but what a pain in the brain. There are other apps that are much better and easier to use.
A gas company employee showed me this app- when we moved to the mountains- this app made our beautiful view so much more informative and everyone i show the app to instantly pays to get it because it works! Best app I've seen since skytracker/ sat tracker
Great app Love knowing the names of Mountain