What's NewMinor bug fixes.
App DescriptionAlways remember your current or found location by giving the location a useful name e.g. 'Our School', 'My Favorite Restaurant', 'Home' and more. Organize and load a saved location at any time to get directions or distance from where you currently are.
View the globe, street or user level view for your current location or saved location. Also view street view for any shown location.
Save, name and manage your current or a found locations. Reload your saved locations to get directions or distance to them from your location.
Search for Places such as businesses, addresses, and points of interest using Places Auto Complete. Share or copy current or loaded locations address.
Places Auto Complete provides auto complete functionality for text-based geographic searches, by returning Places such as businesses, addresses, and points of interest.
For searching can use Places Auto Complete with a map or older style searching without a map. See settings for specifying the type of search to use.
A map satellite view of your current location with features such as roads, pools and terrain is shown.
Your current address is always shown with the map. Various views such as globe, street, your level, hybrid, road map and satellite can be shown. Pinch and swipe controls for zooming and panning the map. Use full-screen mode or print map using AirPrint.
When your current location matches a saved named location, the saved name is shown above the map with your current address below.
GPS signal strength meter and signal strobe indicating actively receiving from satellite.
Share a location using a variety of services including Email, Twitter, Facebook, MMS, contacts, camera roll, print and clipboard. For sharing with Email, a KML file is attached for use in other apps.
This is a universal app, so buy it once and use on the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.
November 28, 2013 New version 9.1
November 20, 2013 New version 9.0
November 15, 2013 New version 8.5
November 13, 2013 Price Decrease: $0.99 -> FREE!
July 06, 2009 Initial Release