Compass GPS/A.T iOS/iTunes/Appstore *** Free for limited time ***
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Compass GPS/A.T iOS/iTunes/Appstore *** Free for limited time ***

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Found 24th Jun 2015
Description

*** Free for limited time ***

The most innovative, feature-rich, user-friendly construction application is available. This is an application for professionals as well as amateurs! For all outdoor and extreme sports enthusiasts who want an application that is very useful. It features everything you could ever need to get by in the great outdoors, including a Compass GPS that shows direction relative to the geographic cardinal directions, with true and magnetic North, south, east, and west coordinates, speed of travel, date, time and map that makes navigating your world faster and easier. The application is equipped as well with a bright, fast, simple and functional flashlight, and with complete Weather data if you want to know the weather of coming hours and days.

1. Compass

-- Shows device real-time orientation to magnetic fields.
-- Ability to switch between true and magnetic North.

2. Location

-- Address
-- Location coordinates (longitude, latitude).
-- Course.
-- Speed.
-- Altitude.
-- Ability to switch between mph, feet units and kmh, meter units.

3. Weather

-- Temperature information.
-- Wind
-- Humidity
-- Visibility
-- Sunrise,Sunset
-- High/Low Temperature.
-- Ability to switch between Celsius and Fahrenheit.

4. Map

-- Standard, satellite, hybrid maps.
-- Current location.
-- Location tracking.

5. Gps signal indicator

-- Gps accuracy indicator

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Compatibility
Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimised for iPhone 5, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus.

3 Comments

You kind of never get the true magnetic North on an Android device.
At some point I put 4 devices one next to the others and started a compass app, they were all showing North in a different direction.

A bit better on iPhones from my experience.
EDIT: ups, sorry, just noticed this is indeed for iOS devices
Edited by: "MaximusRo" 25th Jun 2015

MaximusRo

... I put 4 devices one next to the others and started a compass app.



I hope you're joking.

In case you didn't realise, a compass is basically a magnet. Magnets attract (or repel!) other magnets. I'll let you figure out the potential problem with your experiment

Thanks Zshamas for posting.

freakie

I hope you're joking. In case you didn't realise, a compass is basically … I hope you're joking. In case you didn't realise, a compass is basically a magnet. Magnets attract (or repel!) other magnets. I'll let you figure out the potential problem with your experiment :DThanks Zshamas for posting.


thanks, yes, I did realise, and I took that into consideration when I did the experiment.

Now did you such an experiment to see it happening? Try for yourself... If you have 10cm between the devices that would be enough, but if you prefer put 1m and you'll get the same results as mine... there is no consistency.
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