This interactive 3D globe features wonders of the world, political and physical maps, and weather. Discover a lot of fascinating facts and useful information about our planet! Original and colorful graphics, user-friendly interface and accurate information – this is what Earth 3D - World Atlas is all about!
• Relief model of the Earth
• World political and physical maps
• Day/night cycle with city lights
• Time zones
• More than 2,600 geographic objects
• More than 500 wonders of the world
• More than 2,100 photos
• Human World add-on
• Animal World add-on
• Plant World add-on
• Sky Map add-on
• Full description of any object or point on the surface
• 15x zoom
• Global weather
• Demo mode with an original music track
• No Internet connection required (except for the weather)
And much more! New data is constantly being added, so please expect further updates!
- The app is now universal on all your Apple devices
- Human World add-on
- Updated political map
- iOS 12 compatibility updates
Ratings and Reviews
Enjoy it every time I open the app!
Very nice app. I use it for my 2nd and 1st grade students to get a good idea of what the world looks like. It's a great way to grasp the concept of continents, countries, major points of interest, etc.
One thing that would make it even better would be to add short narration clips for the things on the map. The very detailed articles on each item is nice, but a short summary explaining what everything is would be excellent for when my younger students explore the program without me beside them. This frees them to learn as far as curiosity takes them without being confined by their limited reading skills.
The graphics are wonderful.
Another reviewer mentioned adding migration routes-that would also be incredible!
This is a quite lovely app, and I really like the ability to see the geographic relationships of otherwise familiar monuments to each other.
Frustratingly, the the wiki page of each monument itself is not hyperlinked in the app. For example, by clicking the London Eye you can bring up the text of the wiki page on the London Eye. From this you can bring up the actual wiki page for Ferris Wheel. But there's no way to easily view the actual wiki page for the London Eye itself.
I understand that this is a limitation of the source material, since the wiki page can't reference itself, but it would be helpful if the app found a way to link to each monument's wiki page.
- Igor Panichev
- 741.7 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- English, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2018 3Planesoft
- In-App Purchases
- Photo Pack Free
- Animal World $2.99
- Sky Map Add-on $2.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.