Junk moved it from a high shelf to the floor 7feet it increased by 35 feet. Moved it up to a higher level barn hay loft and it decreased by 150 feet. I was trying to use this for a cheap survey tool. Even when mounted on a 4ft pole it gave huge variances in distance. It wasn't the right tool for me. Might be good for some granola walking in the woods. No real world applicable use.
This is one giant advertisement. Can't even leave the app without it trying to get you to install more apps. The one thing that appealed about the app, the widget isn't even included... False advertising
I have used this app many times while climbing, and it is both accurate and easy to use. I sometimes check it in satellite or USGS topo mode against an analogue barometeric altimeter that I also carry, and they are always within 5 feet of each other in their readings.
Hard to review very well since the free version is significantly crippled. An actual aircraft style dial would be a huge improvement.
Tried out other apps and I Believe this one is best. I enjoy checking out the elevation on my road trips and while fell running. Very easy to operate and has been accurate.
It is simply super and excellent accuracy is good but why can't you people add atmospheric pressure in this itself
V.4.23 - INTRODUCING ALTIMETER WIDGET. (PRO VERSION ONLY).
- Update required to access USGS altitude source
- New landscape mode
V.4.13 Share altitude tracks, meter screens and more!
V.4.12 Voice and keyboard altitude search.
V.4.01 Altitude recorder & altitude profiler.
V.3.10 Pressure altitude calibration. Select QNH from list of nearest airports or enter your own value.
v.1.13. Maps. Get elevation values from map. Includes ocean depth values.