VERY awkward compared to either PeakFinder or PeakLens. The labels jump and flicker constantly, and regardless of this it is hard to identify which peak it belongs to. The free PeakLens app works flawlessly, and the pay-for PeakFinder is the best, imo (although PeakLens might be easier to use).
This app is a hidden gem. It does exactly what it says it will do. Screen shots might be a nice idea but if it ain't broke don't fix it. I've been recommending it to my friends this evening and it's teaching me the names of hills around my own home that I didn't know. Absolutely a 5* app.
Cool, but won't work in phones without a compass Looks like a great app, but my cheap phone (galaxy core prime) does not have a compass sensor :(
Great app Allows you to work out mountains and hills in the distance. Great communication with author too.
Nexus 6 camera view upside down Seems to work except the camera is upside down. Is there a setting to flip the view?
this is a great help to identify peaks - filter by distance & height to focus on an area -
Bug fix - minimum height of slider corrected (it was accidentally taking the minimum distance value!)
point your phone or tablet to DG package to experience the augmented reality.
BNK48 AR, gives you the real world Augment reality experiences with BNK48 idols.