In Sight - The World
iOS iPhone Travel
What is the name of the mountain you can see in the distance? What are the lakes you see in front of you? Point there with In Sight The World and you'll see on the screen what they are called.
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* Offline Augmented Reality all over the world *
See what's near you where you travel all over the world: Mountains, Lakes, Places, Buildings, etc. You don't even have to leave home: You can manually set your location to a place anywhere in the world to pretend you are there. Decide if you want to see places nearby, or famous cities around the world.
Works everywhere: By the sea, in the mountains, in the city. Without the internet, without coverage.
Turn the phone sideways to view on the camera screen the places that are nearby. Take a picture or record a video of what you see and share on social media, directly from the App!
You can also add your own places!
In Sight The World is also an altimeter, speedometer and also estimates the distance you've traveled. Choose between metric (km, meter) or imperial (miles, feet) units.
All data is built into the App, so you don't need internet. You only need internet when you use the map or share a picture or video on social media.
Select between the following map types: Standard, Satellite and Hybrid.
In Sight The World relies on the compass and GPS of your device. Best results are achieved if you are outside.
Note: If your device don't have a built-in compass, you cannot see the places as camera overlays (3rd generation iPod touch, iPhone 3G or older models). You can still see the places in lists and on the map.
Source: ws.geonames.org under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/)
Bug fixes for devices running iOS 11.
Selfie mode: Swap to front facing camera (In app purchase).
Video recording: Record what you see and share with friends (In app purchase).
Fullscreen mode: Switch between normal, hybrid and fullscreen (In app purchase).
Improved video preview.
Improved photo and video sharing.
Design and stability improvements.