PeakFinder MODDED


The mobile panorama panel. Works offline - worldwide!
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5.1 and up
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The mountains are calling! Explore more mountains than any mountaineer! PeakFinder makes it possible… and shows the names of all mountains and peaks with a 360° panorama display.
This functions completely offline – and worldwide!

PeakFinder knows more than 950’000 peaks – from Mount Everest to the little hill around the corner.

Winner of several prizes. Highly recommended by,,,,,, …

••• Features •••

• Works offline and worldwide
• Includes more than 950’000 peak names
• Overlays the camera image with the panorama drawing *
• Realtime rendering of the surrounding landscapes in a range of 300km/200mil
• Digital telescope to select less prominent peaks
• ‘Show me’-function for visible peaks
• Selection of the viewpoint by GPS, the peak directory or an (online) map
• Mark mountains and places you like
• Can fly like a bird from peak to peak and vertically upwards
• Shows the solar and lunar orbit with rise and set times
• Uses compass and motion sensors
• Daily updates of the peak directory
• Does not contain any recurring costs. You pay only once
• Is free of advertising

* On devices without a gyroscope and a compass sensor the camera mode is not supported.


- Mark mountains and places you like. These can be your favorite mountains, mountains where you have already been or mountains you want to climb. You can also mark your home. So you can see if it would be visible from a mountain top.
- With an account you can link your marks with your other devices and the PeakFinder website. PeakFinder also works without an account. Then the markers remain stored only on your device.


4 comentarios en "PeakFinder MODDED"

  1. Conor Rafferty dice:

    Getting better with each release. I like the ability to select for peaks over a certain height. Really useful for eliminating clutter. I do have to realign the phone compass almost every day I turn on peakfinder, but no big deal. Might be nice to have a feature to exaggerate vertical relief, since the height differences often look larger in real life than on the screen. Of course that mode would have to be turned off during photo alignment mode. All in all, solid application.

  2. Andy Van Abs dice:

    I was having similar problems with my PeakFinder, but it turns out many of them were a result of two “operator error” -problems. 1) Never seemed to show the peaks in the direction I was pointing. I could manually match peaks to what I (or the camera) was seeing, but never did it automatically. This turned out to be interference with my vehicle(s) and a magnetic catch. Moving away from both resolved the problem…now lines up perfectly. 2) Wasn’t showing peaks near me. Not sure why not (PeakFinder shouldn’t need to be told “find me”), but selecting the tiny GPS button in the app snapped immediately to the right surroundings. Really like the height adjustment tool, and getting great labeled photos of mountains here in the White Mountains.

  3. Mark C dice:

    This app is amazing. Beautifully rendered, 3D views (change the viewing angle), lots and lots of mountains listed. It’s as accurate as your phone’s compass can be when you hold it up rather than flat. I have no idea why anyone would complain about any aspect of this app, it’s solid as a rock and does exactly what the description says it does. Definitely 5 stars.

  4. Kyle M dice:

    This app is amazing. It is so fun even to use from a high point in my neighborhood. I always wondered what foothills I looking at and never bothered or remembered to get out the topographic maps when I got home. I like being view a location I will be at in the near future to see parks or interest ahead of time so that I can read about them first. The app has always worked pretty well on phones. Occasionally it stutters and I often have to recalibrate the compass.

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