This application is a good start on a good idea. However I have several complaints that make the application less than ideal. First, most modern cell phones have a compass. Despite this the compass information is not included in the labeling options or in the EXIF meta-data. Second, there is no indication of ongoing GPS accuracy. I would be willing to wait while the GPS got a better location... but there is no indication of GPS progress on the screen... While the app is clearly worth $5, the developer has chosen to have a $2 "subscription". While I might consider a $2 year subscription option.. I would rather just pay $5 or even $10 and be done. I hate hate hate recurring charges that I forget about and I dislike business models that rely on them... Beyond that, the "take photo button" is a freaky app logo. Instead of just a red button. For some reason.. the photo also take a few seconds to take.. confused as to why this would be slow. Also, there is no reason why the app needs real-time internet connection. By taking the GPS and compass readings and photos.. it could just "wait for internet to come back" in order to download the map, address and weather data.
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Useful but takes too long to open and for the address to load. Sometimes the flash doesn't work the first time and I have to take the picture the second time. I really like that it saves a version of the picture both with and without the address because sometimes the address is incorrect and I have to upload the pictures to a food delivery app for the customer to see.
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Love the app for the most part, map location/zoom is amazing, loaded w/ options. The only downfalls i see are that you can't select SD card for storage, and you have to manually adjust exposure depending on light level and no matter what focus seeing you use, you must touch the screen to get it to refocus before taking another pic.
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