By Rivolu LLC
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
Your search for best compass app for iPad and iPhone stops here. True Compass provides a lot more than a simple compass reading. Now iPhone 5 ready.
+ An integrated map view allows you to see where you are in relation to your destination, in-addition to displaying the direction you're heading.
+ Share your current location or your destination with others by email. The recipient clicks the link on email and pops right into True compass with the destination already set correctly.
+ Search your destination by address or by latitude/longitude or select your destination by pressing and holding anywhere on the map.
+ With the destination set, the green arrow points to the direction of the destination. Follow the green arrow to reach your destination.
+ Easily save and switch between multiple saved locations from bookmarks.
+ View text reading of your current heading, bearing to reach destination as well as the approximate distance to your destination (miles/kms).
+ Use it on both iPad and iPhone.
Have fun, use it anywhere, anytime while exploring outdoors.
What's New in Version v1.4.2
Fixed an issue that caused searching for new locations to fail.
Great for iPad, skip it for iPhone
If the iPhone version of True Compass had all the features of the iPad version (display of maps on main screen, locale and destination information etc) it might be worth it on iPhone. On iPad, those features make this app worthwhile, and I'd use it even if iPad had the iPhone's compass app.
Remember to take the SmartCover off, or else it throws the magnetometer out of whack!
Small gripe: app requires location services on all the time (even in the background) in order to show true (rather than magnetic) north.
Waste of memory space
The APP is worthless. Set it next to an actual compass and it is easy to see how VERY inaccurate it is. It never gives the same result twice in a row. I use aviation software and I thought it might be an adjunct, but it really uses a lot of available memory just to sit there, not counting when it is active slowing everything down. Cute graphics, but about as useful as a screen door on a submarine.
Cute. But once you've dropped a pin how do you get rid of it? Have tried all the usual methods to remove a pin but none work. And the instructions are absolutely useless. In view of their strong warning not to rely on their accuracy you've got to ask 'so what's the point?'. The basic idea of the app is interesting but as it is now, cute is the only word that comes to mind.
- Category: Navigation
- Updated: Apr 07, 2013
- Version: v1.4.2
- Size: 3.4 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Rivolu LLC
- © Rivolu LLC
Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone and iPad.