Wander Co – Location-based Photo Journals
By Timothy Sakhuja
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
Share every aspect of your adventures from the photos you take to the routes you walk and find awesome hikes, walks, rides, and drives around you.
TRACK YOUR OUTDOOR ADVENTURES WITH GPS
See key stats including distance, average pace, duration, and elevation gained.
View your route as a trace on a map as you record.
TELL YOUR STORY
Make your adventure unforgettable by combining your GPS trace, the photos you captured, and text in a gorgeous journal.
FOLLOW YOUR FRIENDS
Share your journals with friends and followers on Wander and other social networks like Twitter and Facebook.
Show some love by liking and commenting on your favorite journals.
DISCOVER NEW PLACES TO HAVE AN ADVENTURE
Explore journals created by your friends and our diverse community of adventurers from around the globe.
Get directions to the starting point of your favorite journals so you can experience them for yourself in real life.
MORE EXCITING STUFF COMING SOON!
Please note: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
What's New in Version 1.2.3
Bug fixes & improvements.
Wow I just downloaded this today and I was amazed at how much I enjoyed using it. I really dig the simplicity of the layout. This app has so much potential and I would love to stick around to see it grow!
I would just like a way to search locations not just the titles of journals. Plus I don't see anything under the "nearby" tab. Maybe that's just because no one in San Diego is using it
When I go on a trip, I don't track it through this app. I don't like that I must take the pictures while tracking my hike. I take all of my pictures on my professional camera and I would love to use this app if I could just type in the location and upload the pictures from that hike. Other than that I love this app, i would just appreciate it if you could fix that /:
Why do I need to sign into something to use this app? I'd rather not, but apparently there's some reason why "information about you such as your equipment and activities, your walking/hiking/biking/driving routes, your name, and your zip code and e-mail address" is collected.